Correcting a political misstep: the pizzazz version of next year

Last week at Arthur’s editorial elections, I was served with a poignant reminder of how easily an emphasis on procedure can get in the way of vision. One of first the questions posed to Pat and I that night concerned our overarching vision for the newspaper: Your platform seems to be excessively administrative, began the […]

On why those editorials weren’t hypocrisy

It’s official—Matt Rappolt and I will be the editors of Arthur’s Volume 49. From the look of things, it’s possible that we’ll be treated to one of the most newsworthy years in recent memory. Trent is celebrating it’s 50th, a new President is taking over, the colleges are undergoing changes, there’s going to be a […]

I’m fucking done this job forever and I’m gonna miss it

I sit here writing this editorial after finishing the production of my 50th issue of Arthur. What an amazing feeling. Though I feel happy and fulfilled, I am so sad that my time as editor is over. I decided not to run for a third term because I wanted to give someone else the opportunity. […]

The Politics of Fear and Negativity on the Right

The 2015 federal election campaign has officially begun. Prime Minister Harper and the Conservatives this month fired the opening salvos in what will be the most negative and divisive election in Canadian history. Perhaps you’ve seen the PM’s three new attack ads on YouTube (ask them to comment on the ads and they’ll pretend they […]

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Correcting a political misstep: the pizzazz version of next year

Last week at Arthur’s editorial elections, I was served with a poignant reminder of how easily an emphasis on procedure can get in the way of vision. One of first the questions posed to Pat and I that night concerned our overarching vision for the newspaper: Your platform seems to be excessively administrative, began the […]

On why those editorials weren’t hypocrisy

It’s official—Matt Rappolt and I will be the editors of Arthur’s Volume 49. From the look of things, it’s possible that we’ll be treated to one of the most newsworthy years in recent memory. Trent is celebrating it’s 50th, a new President is taking over, the colleges are undergoing changes, there’s going to be a […]

I’m fucking done this job forever and I’m gonna miss it

I sit here writing this editorial after finishing the production of my 50th issue of Arthur. What an amazing feeling. Though I feel happy and fulfilled, I am so sad that my time as editor is over. I decided not to run for a third term because I wanted to give someone else the opportunity. […]

The Politics of Fear and Negativity on the Right

The 2015 federal election campaign has officially begun. Prime Minister Harper and the Conservatives this month fired the opening salvos in what will be the most negative and divisive election in Canadian history. Perhaps you’ve seen the PM’s three new attack ads on YouTube (ask them to comment on the ads and they’ll pretend they […]

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