“The president doesn’t do anything anyway” Previous resentment for student politics and a look at the upcoming year
Jan25

“The president doesn’t do anything anyway” Previous resentment for student politics and a look at the upcoming year

The editorial on Jan. 21, 2016 highlighted some of the strongest ideas that the McMaster Students Union has had from winners and losers of previous presidentials. This also noted that this was still the case even if they sometimes take years to come about. Mac Farmstand, the fall break, the Peer Support Line, the MSU emergency bursary and the full-year bus pass are all mentioned as examples. Light Up the Night, the referendum for...

MacWW2017: Friday Avtek Productions is the crew that builds those amazing stages for events here at McMaster. Anthony explains what's goes on behind the scenes

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INTERVIEW // #HamOnt’s first CoCo Bubble Tea Store With over 2000+ storefronts worldwide, CoCo hopes to expand their audience to students and families in the Steel City
Apr04
Self-publishing has led to much needed diversity With more writers of diverse literature opting to self-publish for lack of traditional opportunies, we have to examine why their narratives are being cast aside
Mar31

Self-publishing has led to much needed diversity With more writers of diverse literature opting to self-publish for lack of traditional opportunies, we have to examine why their narratives are being cast aside

At the recommendation of a friend, I started 2016 with a series called All For The Game. The first book was free on iBooks, and the other two books in the trilogy were less than a dollar each. Although I was confused why they were so cheap, I didn’t pay much thought to it. It wasn’t until I was halfway through the second book in the trilogy that I found out it was self-published, and at that point the occasional typos and the...

Dealing with rejection
Mar31

Dealing with rejection

After weeks of ogling from afar, everything seemed like it went well when you finally met in person. You dressed to the nines. You felt like you made a connection. You radiated confidence, proved you were educated on all the relevant topics and you laughed at all the right moments. But they still haven’t called you back. You wait a day, then two, then a week. Still nothing. You start to wonder if maybe you didn’t come off as great as...