She could have been a scientist. But she made a different decision. And that choice has led a woman who grew up in a town of just over 400 people to the largest city in North America. Meet Kaleigh Rogers of Hepworth, Ont., digital journalist for Vice’s Motherboard in New York City. Let your guard […]
Author Archive | Chris Vandenbreekel
Holding on to a culture after immigrating halfway around the world can be difficult for many. But some find a way to keep their culture alive through artistic forms of expression like dance. Chris Vandenbreekel brings us the story of one group that is working hard to remember their roots.
It’s not over yet. The USC Election scandal that seemingly wrapped up Tuesday when Team Litchfield was disqualified is gaining new life. USC President Matt Helfand confirmed Friday that the senior operations committee is considering a request for a non-confidence vote in Team Sophie’s leadership by some councillors. Team Sophie was announced as the replacement […]
All is fair in love and war, but in politics there are rules. Especially in student politics. The Western University Undergraduate Student Council elections have been marred by controversy this year. After Jack Litchfield won the presidential election by a slim margin of 32 votes, allegations emerged of numerous campaign violations, casting a shadow on […]