Students speak on Iraq

By Вen Li

More than 100 students and other members of the campus community attended the Red Pill Forum’s discussion on Canada’s involvement in the war with Iraq on Wed., Apr. 9.“The main purpose is to get people informed, to allow people to speak out,” said Rowena Gordon-Brown, President of the U of C Red Pill club. “The… Continue reading Students speak on Iraq

Chorus of Dissent

By Stephane Massinon

What comes to mind when the word “activist” is spoken? Often, it’s likely to be thoughts of radical hippies, violent anarchists, and left-wing dreamers…Calgarians have long adopted this negative stereotype as their view of those who fight for social justice. However, the activist community in Calgary may not be quite what you think it is.… Continue reading Chorus of Dissent

Worldwide protests express outrage at U.S. government

By Meraj Abedin

“Hell no, we won’t go!” Millions of protesters from every walk of life took to the streets of cities worldwide marching in a co-ordinated day of demonstrations expressing outrage at the U.S. government and the war in Iraq-a war that hasn’t begun yet.While George W. Bush has been incapable of uniting nations to march on… Continue reading Worldwide protests express outrage at U.S. government