By Natasha Kangrga
“What day is it? Is my mask giving me acne? Why do I keep scrolling through these awful events even though it makes me feel bad?” may be questions you’ve asked yourself over the wonderful year of 2020. At the time, they were just questions, but are you aware that these experiences are now actual definitions for words?
Continue reading “Expand Your Vocabulary: Words and Expressions of 2020”
By Sathya Siva
2020. Coronavirus. Covid-19. Global warming. Pandemic. No escape. Suddenly the world is put on hold. Is there really an upside to this horror? Continue reading Covid and Climate
By Katherine Hunt
After four days of waiting, on Saturday, November 7th, the election was called in favour of former vice-president Joseph R. Biden, making him the 46th President of the United States of America.
The long-awaited conclusion to this election has sparked joy across the United States. Videos from places like Pennsylvania, Georgia, New York, and Washington D.C. have shown people flooding the streets, cheering and waving flags. Many people are relieved because of this historic win, excitement reflected across the country. Continue reading The 2020 Election