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Apply today: McClung’s Magazine is looking for two new Co-Editors-In-Chief
Announcement / Hiring

Apply today: McClung’s Magazine is looking for two new Co-Editors-In-Chief

McClung’s Magazine is looking for a new pair of Co-Editors-In Chief for the 2015-2016 year. If you are interested, we encourage you to apply. The new editors will be picked by end of April. The job is challenging, but incredibly rewarding. We are looking for two strong candidates, preferably in their senior year of journalism … Continue reading

Ryerson review of sexual assault complaints may result in new policy
News

Ryerson review of sexual assault complaints may result in new policy

On a chilly winter morning, Ryerson University’s campus is dark and silent. First-year criminology student Elizabeth Plukhovska decided to take a shortcut to class and ducked into Kerr Hall to escape the cold. As she walked through the empty halls, she allowed herself a moment to hope that nothing happens to her. “That’s the most … Continue reading

REVIEW: Abyss comes to Toronto in English premiere
Plays / Reviews / Theatre

REVIEW: Abyss comes to Toronto in English premiere

The English language premiere of German playwright Maria Milisavljevic’s Abyss is currently showing at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre. I entered the theatre unsure of what to expect and I left with the realization there was no anticipating a play quite like that because I’m not sure there is another play like that. Abyss is a dark, … Continue reading

REVIEW Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig
Literature / Miscellaneous / Reviews

REVIEW Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig

In her new, extremely well researched book, Joanne Findon crafts the tale of her great-grandmother and early feminist voice, Sarah Jameson Craig. Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig is an insightful look into life as a feminist and poor woman in early Canada. Seeking Our Eden draws heavily from Craig’s … Continue reading

An open letter to participants in the “Why I don’t need feminism” movement
Opinion

An open letter to participants in the “Why I don’t need feminism” movement

Dear anti-feminists, The Women Against Feminism social media campaign is a leading crusader against feminism. The Facebook page alone has over 31,000 likes. After browsing through hundreds of posts in preparation for this letter, these were the top 10 reasons: I don’t need feminism because… “… I believe in equality of the sexes.” “… it has turned into … Continue reading