Chimps, children and lawless violence

I completed a first-year anthropology course titled Human Origins last semester. While we covered a wide range of subjects — from genetics and the modern theory of evolution, to the earliest origins of mankind and studies of our countless predecessors, to an overview of our archaeological history — I found the most revealing insights into modern […]

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Man up

2011. The year of the manly man? “Man up!” How many times did we hear this phrase? About every time Sarah Palin showed up on Fox News, it seemed. It was the catch phrase of the year. When people weren’t being what people wanted them to be, they had to “Man up!” And then, Christie […]

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CBA opposes C-10

Since their election in 2006, the Harper government has held steady on several themes. One of the most prominent, “tough on crime,” is on the verge of being translated from rhetoric to law with the upcoming reading of Bill C-10 in the Senate. It’s a major political victory for the Tories and their constituents — […]

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