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Culture editor Ellis Koifman reflects on the unexpectedly enlightening journey of his university experience as it comes to an end.

Western has pretty much always had a strong reputation for athletics. Mustangs teams have wo…

The loss of faith in the USC’s elections committee is — in my opinion — the biggest tragedy.

In the end, five candidates have had their election thrown into disarray, plagued with doubt and uncertainty.

I used to think sadness was a bad thing.

There are some things that change in a man's life when he meets a girl. For some men, The Bachelor becomes a thing that we watch. 

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Sure, she might not know policy nuances on some issues but I'm willing to bet she's a quick study.

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While by no means has colouring erased my life's worries, it has represented an outlet for me to escape to.

Immersion in local culture is better than a westernized approach because it provides a more memorable experience and teaches you about global mindsets.

Once upon a time you could hit the bar or go to a house party. But now the only thing we’re expected to do is pull out our smartphones, download an app and upload our hottest photos. Apps like Tinder, Grindr and Bumble are this generation’s best chances of meeting a significant other — or whatever else floats your boat.

Why do people become so cowardly when it comes to romantic or sexual encounters? If you’re only interested in hooking up, make that clear; if you’re interested in something more, make that clear and invest in a real date.

Mike Illitch died on Friday. Unless you grew up in Michigan or the southernmost regions of Ontario, Mr. I, as he was known, wouldn't be on your mind. 

From students that pressure all slates to focus on mental health, you’re doing a good job at adding to the problem.

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