Shaw Davey Slum Shafts Students

Since 2014, The Shaw Davey Slum has offered several deals aimed specifically at students: $5 pizzas, $1 pots and $12 for a chicken parmigiana with chips being among the most scandalising. These specials attained an almost folklorist quality among students. However, January 2018 saw the promise of $5 pizza suddenly and discretely erased from the menu.

31 May 2018
An Open Letter

Veera Ramayah addresses white allies

28 May 2018
Commitment Isn’t Convenient

In today’s capitalist society, the dollar is the most influential tool at one’s disposal, and the University would rather use it to benefit financially from climate change than contribute to proper efforts to mitigate it.

21 May 2018
Poorniima Colourism
The Darker the Berry

Veera Ramayah on colourism

20 April 2018
Fe***ism: A Tale of Two Classrooms

Nour Altoukhi on the universality of feminism

19 April 2018
It’s Not Enough To Be A Non-Fascist

Andie Moore on our obligation to defend society

What's in a Name? by Sophie Sun
What’s in a Name?

Bella Ruskin on the changing landscape of surnames

4 April 2018
A Coat of Whitewash by Poorniima Shanmugam
A Coat of Whitewash

Veera Ramayah on her education on colonialism

15 March 2018
Don't Be Scared Of Me I'm Arab by Amani Nasarudin
Don’t Be Scared Of Me: I’m Arab

Nour Altoukhi describes walking through airport security

2 March 2018
Ideological Battleground

When I was younger, and a good church-attending lass, a phrase I heard a lot was “remove the beam from your own eye, and then you will see clearly enough to remove the speck from your brother’s eye”. At the time, I thought it literally referred to my pupil, and poked myself way too many times in the eye trying to scoop it out (common sense did not come naturally to me). Now, of course, I realise it’s a metaphor for hypocrisy and self-awareness. 

9 October 2017
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