Saturday, December 4, 2021

Tomasz Glod

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Contributions

Let’s calm down about the coronavirus

2020 seems to have gotten off on the wrong foot. We’re only a month into this new decade and it already appears that a lot...

Intent matters, not what you say

I recently came across an opinion piece in the Hamilton Spectator by Sue Boychuk titled, “When did ‘no problem’ become a replacement for ‘you’re welcome.’” As an individual...

Challenging the power of professors

Mitchell Huynh, a sessional lecturer in the management program at UTM, has made national headlines for making students purchase a copy of his book, get it...

Raising the bar on municipal government

I have noticed that when speaking about politics, there tends to be a level of government that is easily overlooked. Municipal governments – and by extension...

The U.S. is moral grandstanding

Re: “ISIS in a turbulent world,” November 11, 2019. Dear Editor, I think that it’s incredibly important to be able to stand up against tyranny and all...

Unpacking the federal election, one more time

Following the 2019 federal election, we have a lot to unpack (or as some Liberal MPs are finding, to pack up). Just as predicted, with...

Living life: Happiness versus pride

People set out to create and achieve great things in their lives. Some people may even feel proud of the things that they have been...

The anti-Americanism of Canadians

Historically speaking, an integral part of the Canadian national identity is that we are not Americans. Among other factors, this is a fundamental value that led...

Reflecting on the Canadian election

If you’re reading this, you better have voted in the federal election. But just as I should have done work over reading week (which...

If you aren’t voting in this election, shut up

In the upcoming Federal election, individuals between the ages of 18-38 will make up the largest group of eligible voters. If you’re reading this,...

Going beyond ‘brownface’

Last week, TIME magazine released a photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau donning “brownface” and wearing a turban. Since then, it has come to light...

The virtues of humanity

With the decline in the number of post-secondary students pursuing an education in the humanities, the importance of identifying the root cause of this issue is...

Standardized testing is not the key to success

Recently, the Ontario government announced that they would be spending $200 million dollars on a revamped math strategy—one that focuses on a more “back-to-basics approach.” Money spent...

Is vaping really an alternative to cigarettes?

As of August 2019, more than 200 people in the United States have reported suffering from respiratory illnesses relating to e-cigarettes, reports the Centre for Disease...

Let’s calm down about the coronavirus

2020 seems to have gotten off on the wrong foot. We’re only a month into this new decade and it already appears that a lot...

Intent matters, not what you say

I recently came across an opinion piece in the Hamilton Spectator by Sue Boychuk titled, “When did ‘no problem’ become a replacement for ‘you’re welcome.’” As an individual...

Challenging the power of professors

Mitchell Huynh, a sessional lecturer in the management program at UTM, has made national headlines for making students purchase a copy of his book, get it...

Raising the bar on municipal government

I have noticed that when speaking about politics, there tends to be a level of government that is easily overlooked. Municipal governments – and by extension...

The U.S. is moral grandstanding

Re: “ISIS in a turbulent world,” November 11, 2019. Dear Editor, I think that it’s incredibly important to be able to stand up against tyranny and all...

Unpacking the federal election, one more time

Following the 2019 federal election, we have a lot to unpack (or as some Liberal MPs are finding, to pack up). Just as predicted, with...

Living life: Happiness versus pride

People set out to create and achieve great things in their lives. Some people may even feel proud of the things that they have been...

The anti-Americanism of Canadians

Historically speaking, an integral part of the Canadian national identity is that we are not Americans. Among other factors, this is a fundamental value that led...

Reflecting on the Canadian election

If you’re reading this, you better have voted in the federal election. But just as I should have done work over reading week (which...

If you aren’t voting in this election, shut up

In the upcoming Federal election, individuals between the ages of 18-38 will make up the largest group of eligible voters. If you’re reading this,...

Going beyond ‘brownface’

Last week, TIME magazine released a photo of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau donning “brownface” and wearing a turban. Since then, it has come to light...

The virtues of humanity

With the decline in the number of post-secondary students pursuing an education in the humanities, the importance of identifying the root cause of this issue is...

Standardized testing is not the key to success

Recently, the Ontario government announced that they would be spending $200 million dollars on a revamped math strategy—one that focuses on a more “back-to-basics approach.” Money spent...

Is vaping really an alternative to cigarettes?

As of August 2019, more than 200 people in the United States have reported suffering from respiratory illnesses relating to e-cigarettes, reports the Centre for Disease...

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