Author: Erin Calhoun

Autumn Leaves

My dad’s new house had white walls and a thin layer of snow covering the decaying leaves on the lawn. Inside smelled new, and I felt small.

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Why your vote actually matters

Voting is one of many rites of passage that comes with being an adult, along with purchasing lottery tickets and being responsible for your own life. UofT students took the future in their hands during the first two weeks of October, at the several on-campus voting locations located at 16 Bancroft Avenue, 316 Bloor Street West, and 36 Harbord Street. There, students cast their votes for candidates in the local riding of their hometown. Students have made it clear, by the large numbers of votes they cast, that voting is a valuable right. “I chose to vote because I...

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