A digital virus: How the online spread of antisemitism inflicts long-term harm
Antisemitism in online spaces has been growing in the past several years; experts warn more needs to be done to combat it.
Panda, parties and police: New study links unruly student behaviour to ‘fear of missing out’
FoMO is a common sentiment experienced by many young people who engage in maladaptive behaviour, which could be explained by a new U.S. study.
War museum acquires three Victoria Crosses from First World War
The Canadian War Museum acquires three more Victoria Crosses awarded to Canadians for bravery during the First World War.
Roll With It: The digital future of Dungeons and Dragons in a post-COVID universe
The resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons sparked the development of online versions of the venerable game often played in the past in person.
Listening to feedback critical for new Student Mental Health Framework 3.0, Carleton students say
Carleton University’s new mental health framework makes many promises, but are they enough? Carleton students weigh in on what needs to be improved.
Ottawa’s red-light camera violations dropped in 2020 but more locations are coming
As Ottawa continues to expand its Red-Light Camera Program, residents express concern that adding more cameras doesn’t increase driver safety at intersections.
Cyclists feel city’s Budget 2022 proposal doesn’t address infrastructure needs
Cyclists weigh in on a lack of focus in developing infrastructure connections in Ottawa’s draft budget for 2022.