Environmental Impacts of Technology

Contributor Issac Lavitt ‘25 Many people think that technology like solar panels, electric cars, and most so-called“green” technologies are ecofriendly. With these technologies, we see the future of the Earth as cleaner, greener, and more sustainable. However, many of these same technologies have a dark undercurrent that is far from their promises. The question is:... Continue Reading →

The Fight for Right to Repair

Contributor William Hudson ‘24 The right to repair is a concept which affects the consumers of specific technology: newer vehicles, electronic devices, and high-tech equipment such as that found in hospitals. Because a consumer owns the product they have purchased, the right to repair concludes that the consumer should be able to repair or modify... Continue Reading →

Gurjarat Titans: The Dominating Debutants

Samay Dadlani ’24Contributor Even before the conclusion of the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL), the hype for the next rendition has begun. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the addition of two new feathers on their wings. This means an addition of two new teams to the roster, the Gujarat Titans... Continue Reading →

Renuclearize Germany

Ben Swistun ’22Contributor Energy production is something North Americans take for granted, but the effects of reliance onhostile powers’ power is felt right now across the Western world. Despite Canada’s high gas prices,we are relatively unscathed compared to Germany. Thanks to political pressure against nuclear power, Germany is heavily reliant on domestic coal and oil... Continue Reading →

The 2022 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report

Baljot Rai '24 Contributor Climate change is a global phenomenon, impacting the world indiverse ways. Droughts are causing food shortages, acid rain is causing complications in the fishingindustry, and poverty is greatly increasing. Analyzing and assessing the impacts of climate changeon ecosystems, biodiversity, and human communities at the regionaland global levels, the Intergovernmental Panel on... Continue Reading →

Turning Red: Is It Okay To Be Different?

Yash Varma ’24 Contributor Pixar Studio’s Turning Red (2022) captures the exaggerated swagger of a Chinese tween in early 2000s Toronto. It is Pixar Studio’s newest instalment and has been well-received by critics and ethnically underrepresented minorities alike. However, does it really live up to the excitement, or has Pixar dropped the ball on their... Continue Reading →

Crucifixion in the Philippines

John Ergon Golpe ’24 Contributor The Philippines, known as the most fervently Catholic country in Southeast Asia, holds the decades-long tradition to reenact the Passion and death of Jesus Christ. The ceremony known as the most visually striking religious festival in the world takes place annually on Good Friday. Traditionally, penitents subject themselves to the... Continue Reading →

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