Wave-Particle Duality: An Interview with Nonbinary Physics Professor A. W. Peet

On gender, science, and the atmosphere of STEM academia

Embracing academic setbacks

An academic consultant tells us what she’s learned

Attempting justice for sexual crime victims

Solidarity and representation of sexual violence catalyzes change

What do you cheer for?

Measuring and evaluating school spirit


UTSU and UTMSU to renegotiate Associate Membership Agreement

On January 25th, 2018, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) and University of Toronto Mississauga Students’ Union (UTMSU) began the renegotiation process for their Associate Membership Agreement (AMA) with the help of a third-party facilitator




SSSCR Presents: Stem Cells

SSSCR Presents: Stem Cells

Extending the Frontiers of Knowledge Canada has always been at the very forefront of stem cell research. From being used for bone marrow transplants to treat cancers such as leukemia, to recent clinical trials that use neural stem cells to treat spinal cord injuries,...

FEED review: How Speculative Fiction Mirrors Modern Society

FEED review: How Speculative Fiction Mirrors Modern Society

In an era of rapidly developing technology and ever-pervasive advertisements, speculative fiction is flourishing. FEED, by M.T. Anderson, is a novel that examines our relationship with the Internet. In Anderson’s work, the Internet—aptly named “the feed”—is planted...

Arts and Culture

An annotated breakup playlist

An annotated breakup playlist

Dedicated to the only ex-boyfriend I’ve ever managed to remain friends with, who iconically texted me 15 minutes after we broke up to ask if he could still use my Spotify account because “some breakup music would really hit the spot right now”




Big Trendz coming Your Way Welcome to the Trendz section of The Strand where I share the hottest and dankest trendz sweeping the nashe (nation). This week’s fresh, swaggy trend is jazz of covers of Pokémon soundtracks, more popularly referred...