Tazik Shahjahan provides a humorous take on the TDSB’s proposal to remove all specialized programs in the district.
Jasmine Kang examines the conditions in Zimbabwe under former president Robert Mugabe’s rule.
Amidst a TDSB review of its academic streaming practises, Ryan Chang and Tina Ma discuss whether applied and academic courses should continue to be split.
Andrew Li and Umar Yousafzai discuss whether Sidewalk Labs’ futuristic plan for the East Waterfront is feasible for Toronto
Julien Lin and Varun Venkataramanan analyze the statistical shortcomings of Raptors power forward Serge Ibaka.
Tazik Shahjahan and Marzan Hamid argue that, by taking a passive stance against the Myanmarese military, Suu Kyi has failed to live up to her Nobel Peace Prize.
Megan Niu and Gracelyn Shi suggest possible methods to combat the lack of air-conditioning in schools.
Emma Wai discusses the implications of removing Sir John A. MacDonald’s name from public schools.
Khari Thomas gives some humorous insight on what university rejection letters should really include.
Areeba Asghar and Khari Thomas discuss whether funds for the Toronto Pride Parade should be retracted in light of its recent police float bans.
Rafiq Habib argues that recent protests such as those at UC Berkeley pose a serious threat to free speech on university campuses.
Angela Pang and Grace Xiong argue for the creation of mandatory financial literacy courses.