Desiree Nikfardjam

I’ve been at the Fulcrum for four years now, half of those as its editor-in-chief — it’s time for me to move on. However, before I do, I think it is worth reflecting on my five long years in student journalism. Apologies in advance, as this may get a little sappy.

The band

Many enjoyed funky tunes, drinks, and a great vibe On Nov. 19, Queen St. Fare hosted a Herbie Hancock Nite. The evening was full of funky tunes, drinks, and great energy all around. The night featured J.P Lapensee on bass, Isaac Isenor on guitar, and Valeriy Nehovora on drums. Before the start of their set, …

The UOSU logo on a banner

There is an important distinction between governance and politics. By governance, I mean the administration of the union, the fulfillment of its obligations. In terms of governance, the UOSU seems to be doing alright. By politics, I mean the human aspect, the making-people-care. In terms of politics, the UOSU seems to be doing much worse.