Perspective: A real world guide to the gender neutral washroom debate

Since I’m an active Trent Queer Collective (TQC) hub member, I was approached by Arthur and asked to write a short opinion piece on gender neutral washrooms. And this is a short op-ed, so I won’t bother trying to cram in all my thoughts on gendered spaces. I’ll just put a disclaimer that while I […]

Perspective: We have always lived in their castles

against-autism-speaks

Having recently, finally, been diagnosed as autistic it really opened my eyes to how many popular misconceptions about autism there is, not just among the general public, but also the general ‘literature’ surrounding autism. As such I was going to write one longer, critical essay on autism, education and the fluid nature of disability (which […]

Comment: Tuition is spelled with an ‘I’

This attached photo was taken just after the TCSA finished putting the display up and now, two days later; it has yet to be corrected. Perhaps the grammatical error was done purposefully (you know, to highlight the decreasing quality of our education). However, I somewhat doubt it, and I have to say it makes the […]

Comment: The hikes stop here!

Article co-written with Boykin Smith. There are many challenges facing our post-secondary education system whether you see it, feel it, or not. The truth is, accessing post-secondary education is becoming more and more difficult. In Canada, tuition fees have nearly doubled since 1999, more than twice the rate of inflation while funding for post-secondary institutions […]

Perspective: A real world guide to the gender neutral washroom debate

Since I’m an active Trent Queer Collective (TQC) hub member, I was approached by Arthur and asked to write a short opinion piece on gender neutral washrooms. And this is a short op-ed, so I won’t bother trying to cram in all my thoughts on gendered spaces. I’ll just put a disclaimer that while I […]

Perspective: We have always lived in their castles

against-autism-speaks

Having recently, finally, been diagnosed as autistic it really opened my eyes to how many popular misconceptions about autism there is, not just among the general public, but also the general ‘literature’ surrounding autism. As such I was going to write one longer, critical essay on autism, education and the fluid nature of disability (which […]

Comment: Tuition is spelled with an ‘I’

This attached photo was taken just after the TCSA finished putting the display up and now, two days later; it has yet to be corrected. Perhaps the grammatical error was done purposefully (you know, to highlight the decreasing quality of our education). However, I somewhat doubt it, and I have to say it makes the […]

Comment: The hikes stop here!

Article co-written with Boykin Smith. There are many challenges facing our post-secondary education system whether you see it, feel it, or not. The truth is, accessing post-secondary education is becoming more and more difficult. In Canada, tuition fees have nearly doubled since 1999, more than twice the rate of inflation while funding for post-secondary institutions […]