American elections too tight to call

By Tyson Burrows Americans went to the polls yesterday in one of the tightest presidential races in U.S. history, reminiscent of the 2000 election. U.S. media outlets are predicting the results of the vote may not be known for days,…

Student voting marked absent

By Jacob Van Luven The B.C. provincial government could see a drop in student voting, due to the stress and anxiety surrounding voting during a global pandemic. A snap election was called in the middle of an academic semester, and…

Youth apathy for COVID-19 creates risk

By Henri B Ngimbis Young people have developed sentiments of overconfidence against the pandemic. COVID-19 has been the rise amongst young people in developed countries, and to avoid another major lockdown in B.C. they need to be more…