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| Benjamin Rudski |
To be honest, at first, I did not want to write this article. I usually like to keep quiet, hiding behind my satirical quips, not wanting to offend either side. In this polarised world, I did not want to be a polarising figure, but rather one who could bring a little levity to some of the more serious events in the news. But then I realised that, as somebody born in the United States, as a Canadian, as a lover of freedom and democracy, and most importantly, as an observant Jew and the grandson of a refugee, I could not remain silent.
PaperCut exec Alfonso Fernández sat down with our wonderful athlete of the month Andrés Cabrera-Thompson for a short Q & A.
Check out the fall edition of The PaperCut’s Humans of Marianopolis. Huge thanks to the photography club!
| Mary Lynne Loftus |
On Thursday, December 1st at 12:45 outside of the auditorium, approximately 35 Marianopolis students and faculty members stood in a symbolic circle to express support and empathy for the Indigenous women in and around Val-d’Or.