The troupe

A unique aspect of Daisy is the plot’s relevance to the divisive political landscape that permeates society today. In Daisy we encounter what the writers presume to be the inception of the modern day ‘attack ad.’ Its irreversibly deleterious effects upon American politics and the integrity of political campaigns are as discussed and feared then as they are now.

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“Scholars must remain vigilant whenever academic freedom collides with diversity. The former can be compromised by EDI activists, who in turn will only be pacified once their demands to censor ‘offensive’ remarks or ‘dangerous’ ideas are met by university administrators,” writes University of Ottawa school of sociological and anthropological studies professor Stuart Chambers.

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Jack O’Lanhturn felt a bit ghosted during Halloweekend A first-year in residence is disappointed by the lack of trick-or-treating initiative on campus when celebrating his first Halloween at university. Jack O’Lanhturn, a first-year environmental engineering student was eager to walk around campus with his friend all in costumes. However, much to his dismay, the campus …