Archive | February, 2015

Target sales signs

Target’s collateral damage

As he had done for the past two years, Brian, arrives at his work at the London Target store in Westmount Mall at precisely 2 p.m. His entry time is one of the few things of his job that hasn’t changed in the last couple of weeks. Since Target Corporation announced it was closing its […]

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Rita Nketiah

Canadian black history: More than just a month

“I remember in elementary school, whenever Black History Month would come around, people would treat me with such a celebratory tone – like it was my birthday or something. But it’s, like, we’re still black the other 11 months of the year.” Staasia Daniels’ statement elicited laughter, cheers and even a light applause from her […]

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Photo of Einstein at Western University

Signs off, horoscopes miss the mark

Looking into the darkness of the night sky, humans have wondered why those burning balls of compressed gas have looked back at us since we first appeared on earth. It’s no surprise that we’ve tried to make sense of these bright lights that curl into shapes like scorpions and lions’ manes. Humans have used these […]

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Western University: Faculty of Information & Media Studies

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