11 01, 2017

Ballon d’or: New Name, Same Old Faces

January 11th, 2017|Opinion|0 Comments

A case to change the Ballon d’Or selection process.

10 01, 2017

The Reclaiming

January 10th, 2017|Opinion|0 Comments

In the last couple of years, we’ve seen debates and protests across North America that have sparked outrage about race and race relations. I am asked this question so often: “What are you guys so angry about? Martin Luther King didn’t die for this.” Instead of rolling my eyes, and criticizing them for their ignorance, ...

14 09, 2016

Health and Wellbeing: Learning and Unlearning

September 14th, 2016|Opinion|0 Comments

When I was approached to write a piece for The Underground about Indigenous health and healing, I was a little apprehensive. I feared being tokenized and portrayed as the knowledge bearer on the subject. This is why, I am prefacing this piece with the following: I am not an expert. I too am on a ...

9 03, 2016

Humour in Context: Ellen DeGeneres’ Parody of Nicki Minaj

March 9th, 2016|Opinion|0 Comments

“They have big butts, that’s the joke,” Ellen DeGeneres said after showing “a very exclusive sneak peek” of the upcoming ABC Family sitcom of Nicki Minaj’s early life in Queens. The sketch features a young Nicki and her parents who all have huge backsides that knock over plates and lamps as they walk around the ...

2 03, 2016

Opinion: A House Built For You

March 2nd, 2016|Arts & Life, Opinion|0 Comments

A community is about feeling accepted, understood and safe. I think that university can be a very overwhelming place at first and it can take some time to make new friends and to feel like you truly connect. However a deep sense of community is rooted at UTSC. There are plenty of clubs such as; ...