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A Freshman’s guide to sex

Everyone’s genitalia is different. Anal is not as quick and easy to do as it looks. People really do wear condoms. Sex is always consensual. Non­consensual sexual action is rape. Porn is lying to you. Most friends I met in my freshman year in residence had never had sex, or were new to exploring their […]

   Arts

SLAMtario comes to Peterborough

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  Last weekend, the Ontario Provincial Poetry Spoken Word Festival unveiled a vast array of creative artists. Spoken Word artists, and teams from all over Ontario arrived in Peterborough for the weekend to compete and share their work with the community. SLAMtario is an annual spoken word event that takes place in various cities throughout […]

   Local

Measuring the Heartbeat of Peterborough

Photos by Jenny Fisher

On July 18th, between 9:00AM and 1:00PM, all downtown traffic halted in Peterborough. Peterborough is no stranger to having roads closed off for events, but never has there been an Open Streets event to this magnitude in the city. All along George Street, Lake Street, Crescent Street, Lock Street, and even further south, in the […]

   Life

Hot dish: the humble zucchini

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Zucchinis are marvellous vegetables. They are cheap, tasty and prolific. Growing up with an Italian mother, I have eaten my fair share of zucchini. I never seem to get bored with it because it ‘s such a versatile ingredient. You can eat them at any stage in development, from flower to full grown squash. Now […]

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Grace in adversity: the challenges of observing Ramadan in Canada

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The number of Muslim Canadians is on the rise, but most non-Muslims remain fairly ignorant of the religious practices of our fastest growing immigrant population. This month being the holy month of Ramadan, it is important to understand the sacrifices and choices that Muslims are making to remain true to their faith while living in […]

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Life


   Opinion

A Freshman’s guide to sex

Everyone’s genitalia is different. Anal is not as quick and easy to do as it looks. People really do wear condoms. Sex is always consensual. Non­consensual sexual action is rape. Porn is lying to you. Most friends I met in my freshman year in residence had never had sex, or were new to exploring their […]

   Arts

SLAMtario comes to Peterborough

slam3

  Last weekend, the Ontario Provincial Poetry Spoken Word Festival unveiled a vast array of creative artists. Spoken Word artists, and teams from all over Ontario arrived in Peterborough for the weekend to compete and share their work with the community. SLAMtario is an annual spoken word event that takes place in various cities throughout […]

   Local

Measuring the Heartbeat of Peterborough

Photos by Jenny Fisher

On July 18th, between 9:00AM and 1:00PM, all downtown traffic halted in Peterborough. Peterborough is no stranger to having roads closed off for events, but never has there been an Open Streets event to this magnitude in the city. All along George Street, Lake Street, Crescent Street, Lock Street, and even further south, in the […]

   Life

Hot dish: the humble zucchini

DSC_0951

Zucchinis are marvellous vegetables. They are cheap, tasty and prolific. Growing up with an Italian mother, I have eaten my fair share of zucchini. I never seem to get bored with it because it ‘s such a versatile ingredient. You can eat them at any stage in development, from flower to full grown squash. Now […]

   Campus

Grace in adversity: the challenges of observing Ramadan in Canada

moon01

The number of Muslim Canadians is on the rise, but most non-Muslims remain fairly ignorant of the religious practices of our fastest growing immigrant population. This month being the holy month of Ramadan, it is important to understand the sacrifices and choices that Muslims are making to remain true to their faith while living in […]

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