Zain Rashid examines the real causes behind the commonly cited “79 cents” wage gap statistic.
David Chen-Li discusses the ethics of photojournalism.
Khari Thomas investigates why science journals are becoming increasingly unaffordable.
Lawrence Pang defends government funding of the arts and humanities.
Firaz Khan, Ruknoon Dinder, and Zain Rashid discuss Fidel Castro’s legacy in Cuba.
Angela Pang and Grace Xiong investigate the impact of political discrimination on our education system.
Faizan Malik clarifies some misconceptions regarding rape culture.
Jasmine Kang reports on the latest prank trend: dressing up as scary clowns.
Many are excited about the prospect of sending a manned mission to Mars. Tazik Shahjahan and Zain Rashid argue that this goal is premature.
Math scores are declining across the province, and most blame curriculum changes. However, Lawrence Pang discusses a more fundamental obstacle to math education.
Why is it that the TDSB owns over $7 million worth of paintings, when it is faced with so many financial issues? Rafiq Habib contends that there are better ways for the Board to spend its money.
Khari Thomas and Cheng Cheng Lin perform a critical analysis of MGCI’s Student Activity Council’s Constitution, giving suggestions for many areas of improvement.