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Danielle Gravesande

Who Run The World? Come Celebrate International Women’s Day With Sigma Beta Phi

On Thursday, March 8th, 2018, people from across the world will come together to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) – a day that commemorates women in all shapes, forms, and sizes. In accordance with this year’s campaign theme, #PressforProgress, the sisters of the Sigma Beta Phi Sorority will be holding their annual Strength of a …

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A National Outcry Swept Aside: Violence Against Indigenous Women Continues To Rise

When a woman goes missing in Canada, you may often see a brief newspaper article covering the details of her disappearance, a short televised interview with her friends and family, or something as simple as a post on social media, urging anyone with information to come forward.   Unfortunately, this is not always the reality …

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Feel Old Yet? Here Are Some of the Biggest Pop Culture Events Turning 10 This Year

As we enter into this new year of 2018, we step into a different era of society, meaning a brand new year of trends, controversies, and conflict. With all negative issues that have emerged on an international scale as of recent, it seems only fitting that we take a moment to reflect on a simpler, more …

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Ottawa’s Cold is Officially Too Cold: Parliament Hill Ice Rink Closed in Response to Extreme Temperatures

It seems that the frigid air and extreme temperatures in Ottawa have finally proven to be too great, as the renowned ice rink on Parliament Hill was closed early Wednesday morning in accordance with the extreme cold alert that has ripped through most of the country. Opened on December 7th, the multi-million dollar outdoor skating …

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Need to Turn that 2.8 into a 4.0? 5 Tips to Help You Ace Your Exams

With the commencement of Day Lights Savings Time, not only is the sun setting earlier, but exam season draws nearer. Described as the most dreaded and stressful season of all, exams are the Bane of students’ existence. Here are five tips to help you ace your exams:  1. Make a study plan.  List all chapters, readings, and/or lectures you …

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