We shouldn’t allow the government to have a monopoly over assault weapons because, historically speaking, they can’t be trusted any more than the rest of us.
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When applying for the UVic general bursary this October, I was asked to respond to a question that made me feel uncomfortable.
Vancouver and B.C. in general have been major contributors to the film industry for some time.
Rethinking society’s response to bestiality
The rules are dead. Long live the rules.
Weeks before his trial for accusations of data theft, Aaron Swartz, a co-founder of Reddit and advocate for open-access online information, committed suicide in his New York home on Jan. 11.
A new collective bargaining agreement has been tentatively reached between NHL players and owners, salvaging this year’s NHL season. In light of this, a question has resurfaced in the minds of Canucks fans: what is to become of Bobby Lou? Ridiculed by fans and the media in times of lackluster performance, worshipped and revered by… Read more »
I don’t own an e-reader, but I understand why many people do.
It’s something your parents probably told you during your childhood. You didn’t finish your food — don’t you know children are starving in Africa? According to the World Food Programme, a branch of the United Nations, 870 million people worldwide do not have enough to eat. Meanwhile, we in the developed world are scraping legions… Read more »
Please, say goodbye to 1995