Fast Fashion: How it Affects The Environment

Fast fashion is a type of clothing that is mass-produced in large quantities at a low cost. Websites such as Shein, Romwe, and AliExpress are all examples of the fast fashion industry.  The popularization of these websites occurred around 2020…

The Issue With Queerbaiting

Queerbaiting arose in the early 2010s, and is defined as “The practice of implying non-heterosexual relationships or attraction (in a TV show, for example) to engage or attract an LGBTQIA+ audience or otherwise generate interest without ever actually depicting such…

Postponing Post-Secondary

Over the last year, a large percentage of schools, including prestigious ones like Harvard and MIT, discovered the number of students taking a Gap Year has dramatically increased.    With the uprising of contradictory terms like “remote experiential learning” and…

Dealing with Burnout

As we near the end of the first semester, burnout is very common among students. Staying awake in class becomes harder, assignments and homework appear more daunting, and everything is overwhelming. Fortunately, the winter break is upon us, and is…

The Impact of Fast Fashion

Think about your Instagram feed for a second: Have you posted any 2 pictures wearing the same  outfit? Chances are you haven’t, but it is not your fault. This is the effect of a trend that has seen rapid growth…

The Effect of COVID-19 on Staff & Students

Dear COVID-19,    What have you done to us? Your 2 year anniversary is coming up, but we’re not celebrating. We want you to leave, I mean we’ve been trying the whole vaccine solution since 2020, but you’re still here…