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Sil sit-down with Red Hot Suz Sex influencer Suz talks about sex blogging, internet censorship, and the impacts of the SESTA/FOSTA bills for sex workers
Feb22

Sil sit-down with Red Hot Suz Sex influencer Suz talks about sex blogging, internet censorship, and the impacts of the SESTA/FOSTA bills for sex workers

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Sil sit-down with Jamie Milay Multi-disciplinary artist Jamie talks about what it means to be non-binary and their experiences within asexuality
Feb17

Sil sit-down with Jamie Milay Multi-disciplinary artist Jamie talks about what it means to be non-binary and their experiences within asexuality

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McMaster Athletes Couple Valentines Day Game We sat down with three different McMaster Athlete Couples to find out how well they really know each other
Feb14
MSU Elections 2019: Would you rather? Watch your 2019 presidential candidates pick their sides on pressing campus issues
Jan24

MSU Elections 2019: Would you rather? Watch your 2019 presidential candidates pick their sides on pressing campus issues

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MSU Elections 2019: Never have I ever
Jan24

MSU Elections 2019: Never have I ever

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Sil sit-down with Maureen Wilson The newly elected Ward 1 councillor discusses housing, LRT and having a voting station on campus
Nov22

Sil sit-down with Maureen Wilson The newly elected Ward 1 councillor discusses housing, LRT and having a voting station on campus

Photo by Kyle West     Last week, Silhouette News Reporter Ryan Tse sat down with Maureen Wilson, the Ward 1 city councillor-elect. Read some highlights from the interview below. Why Maureen believes she won the election: “Experience. I think it’s a combination of my schooling…and then my practice of working in local government. And also my love of cities and my fascination with space, movement and the relationship to people and how...