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Little books that will not hurt your pocketbook

There is a certain satisfaction that comes from making something by hand. It is a simple joy that often gets lost in our commercialized and industrialized society. Maker Maker, a program run by the Owen’s Art Gallery, seeks to

No, women are not adequately represented in politics

In Canada, and many parts of the so-called developed world, we often hear that the fight against sexism is obsolete and that feminists are fighting a battle that has already been won. After all, women can vote, own property,

Dear Cupid

Dear Cupid, can you please strike me with your arrow? I’ve been carrying my heart with me wherever I go. Waiting for the right moment, waiting for love to grow. But instead, the world seems filled with nothing but

What’s Hiding in Your Beer and Fries?

Using Population Genomics to Quantify Mycotoxin Chemotypes in Our Food Crops Many of the foods and beverages we eat daily, including yogurt, fries, beer, and sourdough bread, contain small living organisms’ unseen by the eye. Some of these organisms,