Why I Refuse to Read “Milk and Honey”

BY SAM TURNBULL                                                        ONLINE CONTRIBUTOR   Before anyone yells at me about how I don’t appreciate the book’s content, let me clarify one thing: I am very aware that

Your Guide to First Year is Here

BY SAM TURNBULL                                                                                                 

5 Keys to a Successful Semester

BY SERENE NEKOUI                                                                                                  

Canada is Not Helpless in the Post-Election World

5 brilliant women remind us to keep fighting & tap into our collective strength “Loss hurts. But please never stop believing that fighting for what’s right is worth it.” – Hillary Clinton Let’s put it simply: Trump is president and dark times lie ahead. Women, people of colour, LGBTQ+ folk, Muslims, people with

5 Thoughts on Our Generation’s Feminist Manifesto

If you’ve ever encountered, willingly or unwillingly, Beyoncé’s “Flawless,” then you’re familiar with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie— Nigerian author, activist, and, dare I say it, definitive feminist of our time. Queen Bey sampled a part of Adichie’s widely received TED Talk on feminism in the song, further launching her voice into

MUSE X Referendum

Muse x Referendum Conceived on the back of a napkin in CoGro, MUSE Magazine has been around longer than Daniel Woolf has been principal of our dear school. We’ve seen CoGro move from the JDUC to the ARC, the reintroduction of homecoming, and the building of the Isabel. Better yet, we’ve

Misogyny Takes The Internet

Much has been buzzing around recently about the situation involving 13 fourth year Dalhousie Dentistry students who had been suspended from the university after inappropriate comments were posted in a group on Facebook. The comments, which have been deemed “misogynistic” and “sexually harassing”, were posted in the Class of 2015 Dalhousie