The power of sharing your story – and listening to those who share theirs With the media frenzy swirling around Kavanaugh and the joke of an investigation performed by the FBI, it is easy to get caught up in this never-ending soap opera. Instead of adding fire to the shitstorm, we want to highlight the […]

How smart devices collect and use data about you every day Embedded devices – those with computers embedded in them, such as digital watches, TVs, smartphones and, of course, personal computers – are prevalent in today’s world. They come in many forms, from simple digital controllers on microphones and fridges to more complicated home alarms, […]

Dispelling the misconceptions about studying outside of North America and Europe This semester, I am studying public policy at the City University of Hong Kong and when I was asked to write an article related to my exchange, my mind went in many different directions. There’s so much to discuss and so much I want […]

Taking economy, healthcare, and academia into consideration The upcoming legalization of marijuana has led to somewhat of a divide as to whether or not it is a good thing. I do believe weed is something that may be used responsibly. However, I cannot say that I am completely comfortable with its legalization for recreational use, […]

The power of sharing your story – and listening to those who share theirs With the media frenzy swirling around Kavanaugh and the joke of an investigation performed by the FBI, it is easy to get caught up in this never-ending soap opera. Instead of adding fire to the shitstorm, I want to highlight the […]

New Brunswick election depicts a province divided Another school year begins, and with it another election cycle. The results of the 2018 New Brunswick provincial election brought a rush of emotions all across the province; some were excited, some were disappointed, and many are still unsure about the future of New Brunswick.​ To recap, the […]

The value of contemplation and moral orientation Lately, I have had some interesting conversations on campus around the goals and objectives of the liberal education. I become increasingly aware of the challenges faced by young adults, those aged approximately 18 to 24, and the opportunity we have in the academy to respond to some of […]

Maturation and innovation of technology Watches were invented around the 16th century. Initially, the concept underwent lots of experimentation with design, mechanics and aesthetic. Over time, after sufficient iteration and variation, certain designs were converged upon and became the mainstream notion of the watch. After all, a watch that runs out of battery quickly is […]