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The following piece comes from The Splintering, Please following them on Twitter.

In their relatively short life as an entertainment medium, video games have a rich history of “killing.” Since the advent of the hobby, there have been games in which players are tasked with killing criminals, soldiers, politicians, police officers, lawyers, zookeepers, movie stars, circus acrobats, babies, animals, even sushi chefs.

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Gay marriage is legal, but is the LGBTQ+ community truly supported?

By Emily Depperschmidt

When my brother came out, my mother told me I had to have a husband so I could give her grandchildren. When my aunt found out her coworker was non-binary, she said it was “stupid”, and that someone is female or male. 560 more words

Opinion Pieces

Opening Up About Mental Health

Socially, we are in the midst of a “speak your truth” influence that encourages people to be open about what they’ve gone through or experienced. 782 more words




Heeeeey loves and welcome to Hartfeld University. Well technically this is Dimples Dot Com, but for the next few minutes, let’s just imagine that we’re in one of North America’s most elite academic institutions, freshman year college, ready to start our new life as pretend grown ups. 546 more words


ROTHENBURGER: Things are very different for Trudeau during this visit

An editorial by Mel Rothenburger.

PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU is scheduled to be in town tonight and it promises to be a very different set of circumstances than the last time he was here in January. 314 more words

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The Boy Who Cried Love

It’s a tale as old as time. Boy meets girl. Need I say more?

(Names following are changed, because, reasons)

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted one thing, and one thing alone: true love. 2,507 more words


The Children's Corner: How Nintendo 3DS and the Switch might be best for the kids

Nintendo is by far one of the best on the market in making kid-friendly and family-friendly games as well as curating them for release on their platform. 1,430 more words