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    In solidarity with the University of Alberta's student newspaper and along with several student newspapers across Canada, here's our editorial decrying Kerry Diotte's choice to pursue legal action against The Gateway.
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Inside UVic sports: Sleep science in university athletics

University athletes looking to take their game to the next level might want to consider how much sleep they are getting. When it comes to that final shot, save or return, an extra wink of sleep can make all the difference. Pat Byrne is the vice president of Fatigue Science, an international sleep management company… Read more »

Avoiding voluntourist traps

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.

Remember the Grinch’s moral

On Nov. 1, children everywhere awaken with the excitement of digging into their Halloween candy from the night before. Students awaken with hangovers and trails of their costume makeup on their pillows. Halloween is over, but the memories of dressing up and listening to “Monster Mash” are still fresh.

Are we willing to sacrifice our morals for our phones?

SACKVILLE (CUP) — In October, an investigation by a Chinese non-governmental organization exposed child labour at a factory on China’s east coast. The factory is owned by Foxconn, the manufacturer behind 40 per cent of all consumer electronics, including many Apple products, the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.