From the Editor
As you can tell from our cover, this issue emphasizes the importance of voting in the upcoming federal election, taking place Oct. 21.
While we’ve included a very brief overview of what the federal election means and who is running, getting to know the true ins-and-outs of any political situation requires a level of accountability on the individual’s own part. Read up on issues you feel are important, and research which party aligns the most with your personal values. Gain objectivity by having respectful, constructive conversations with your peers and instructors.
Above all, don’t take your democratic right to vote for granted. Again, Oct. 21 is the big day.
Our news section also includes coverage on what the Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) is doing to help Bahamians in need, where to breastfeed on campus, as well as an exciting new program in the Norton Wolf School of Aviation Technology.
Within our opinions section is a reflection from one student on what it’s like to return to college after a 20-year hiatus, as well as one writer’s thoughts on why fighting climate change takes spiritual strength.
Our lifestyles has a few juicy reviews, a helpful column on the importance of healthy sleep hygiene, and some tips and tricks for decorating your dorm on a budget.
In sports we have recaps of the Falcons’ home openers. As per usual, our teams appear to be crushing it. We look forward to profiling star athletes and coaches as the year progresses.
That’s it for now. Thanks for reading, folks. Did I mention Oct. 21 is voting day? NBD, just the country’s future at stake.
And so it goes,
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