In November, I spent 10 days with people who are in the midst of changing their nation’s history. In the face of deeply entrenched corruption, repression and violence in Honduras, they are nurturing the tender shoots of revolution. They are choosing, for now, the peaceful route. I travelled to Honduras with a group of human… Read more »
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“My dad and I talk politics; my mom and I talk about the weather.”
Cody Klippenstein starts her writing career by winning two prestigious literary awards
On Nov. 26, the sun beat down on a crowd of some 800 delegates from over 65 countries gathered in Manila to fight for the rights of migrants. On Katipunan Avenue, one of the largest and busiest roads in the wealthy district of Quezon City, the most populous city in the Philippines, labour activists, human-rights… Read more »
I am sure that my friends are spending their Saturday night partying at a club or perhaps relaxing at home, but I am more excited by the minute as I hear the echo of bagpipes within the Bay Street Armouries Hall in Victoria.
When students use ADHD medications as study drugs, one group loses out: those who actually have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Every two weeks, the Martlet offers an Eco Tip for saving some bucks and the environment. Because this week’s issue is environment-themed, we’ve dedicated two whole pages to Eco Tips. From how to manage your cables with reused material to planning a whole green wedding, we’ve got you covered.
OTTAWA (CUP) — You’re planning a spring break, maybe even a Christmas break. You want to see a new country and have a few adventures, so you do a little research and stumble upon a voluntourism trip. Nine days in Costa Rica. It seems ideal.
One woman’s passion: foraging for fungus
Jane Goodall: We persuaded coffee roasters to come over, and they said it’s fabulous coffee. Now, the farmers get a higher price. They get assistance with learning how to use one area to produce two or three or even four times the yield.