Op Ed

A fond farewell and a word to the future

Three years, 68 articles, and 68 issues. These three numbers may quantify my time here, but in no way do they accurately sum up...

The flip side of trigger warnings

Last month, I attended U of T’s Drama Festival, which showcases new work acted, written, and directed by students at U of T’s various...

Learning to take risks as an actress

I’m in second year, standing in a rehearsal hall in a far corner of the North Building, and I am taking my clothes off....

Trigger warnings in the classroom

I want to talk for a moment about trigger warnings. Now, the article published last week in The Medium had some pretty good points...

A glimmer of hope for future grads

In my op-ed from a few months ago, I discussed the pros and serious cons of being an English and professional writing major. Despite...

A community of young writers

I know it’s been a while since I’ve written an op-ed, but I’m going to pretend my words were insightful enough for you to...

Defining the current wave of feminism

Given the recent news of the threat against U of T feminists, after which several classes had to be cancelled as a precaution, I’ve...

What are you going to do with that degree?

There really isn’t any way to defend myself when people ask, “What do you plan on doing with an English degree?” The answer, “To...

Online threats part of an ongoing issue

Writing any sort of criticism or opinion piece, especially as a journalist, is bound to get under someone’s skin. I’ve only ever been confronted...
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