CITLALLY MACIEL <Staff Writer> The morning news caught my attention a few days ago. A report was on about the rescue of 50 dogs that were found in a house living in deplorable conditions in Palm Springs, California.
KAROLINA WISNIEWSKI <Opinions Editor> As this issue goes to press, we’re (I’m?) still trying to compose ourselves after Queen B reduced us all to incapacitated, drooling, incontinent shells of our former selves just a few hours earlier.
JENN AUBREY <Contributor> How many times have you been sitting in class waiting for the lecture to begin while the professor attempts to turn on the electronic recording equipment at the front of the room?
JIHEE (MARIE) PARK <Staff Writer> A great number of Canadians wake up to coffee, and before the day ends will have had several more cups of something hot.
RORY MCGOVERN <Staff Writer> The idle no more protests have reminded us of the struggles which aboriginal people in Canada have and continue to endure. It has also provided us with a reminder about how important identity politics are for social cohesion.
SHARIFA KHAN <Contributor> The opinion piece that ran in the November 26, 2012 issue of the Obiter Dicta titled “Hamas is the chief obstacle to peace” was filled with inaccurate statements and was severely oversimplified to support the idea that peace between Israel and the Palestinians remains elusive primarily due to Hamas.
THOMAS MASTORAS <Co-Editor-in-Chief> Hamas terrorists are entirely to blame for the current round of violence and suffering in Israel and Gaza.
DANIEL AKINBOSEDE <Contributor> This piece is intended to serve as a contrarian perspective and partial rebuttal to the Op-ed entitled “The Death of Hope and Change.”
RORY MCGOVERN <Contributor> Propagandizing war through social media is a total and utter disgrace. Why would anyone show the world their ugliness by putting their sadism on display?