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University Residences move thousands of students out

By Emma Bjornsrud One of the most important variables impacting university students in the face of COVID-19 is housing....

Pandemic waste production

Ariel Maldonado, owner of Instagram account @gogreensavegreen, spending time in nature. // Photo courtesy of Ariel Maldonado. Column...

Suddenly you have time to read?

Books illustration by Shannon DeLurio Column by Emma Bjornsrud We fill our time binge-watching Netflix,...

Earth’s animals

Column by Emma Bjornsrud Humans aren’t the only ones living on this planet — we aren’t even the only...

Environmental relationships deserve more attention

A student holding a snail that they found while working at the Outback Farm. // Photo by Emma Bjornsrud

For a sustainable daily grind, read the signs

A look inside one of the recycling bins located on campus. // Photo by Emma Bjornsrud By James...

Political differences complicate relationships

Column by Emma Bjornsrud We all face opposition. Unfortunately, that’s life. So, when we’re faced with opposition from people...

Gender at work

Column by Emma Bjornsrud We can take as many Implicit Association Tests as we want to try and prove...

Being queer isn’t only defined by self-love

Love looks like happiness. // Illustration by Emma Bjornsrud Editorial opinion by Emily Feek Being...

Don’t feel ashamed about your hook-up habits

Photo illustration of the app Tinder on an iPhone. // By Emma Bjornsrud Column by Emma Bjornsrud
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