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Explorations

  • TECHNIQUE

    Renaissance WomanAnouk Arseneau•March 25, 2020

    An interview with Gesche Peters, History Professor at Dawson College.

  • TECHNIQUE

    SkamJames Stewart•March 12, 2020

    How a Norwegian TV show became loved by fans worldwide.

  • TECHNIQUE

    Particle KnowledgeRomy Surprenant•March 9, 2020

    Can you feel the rhythm of existence?

  • TECHNIQUE

    A Pioneer for Public Health Nadia Trudel•March 9, 2020

    Sara Josephine Baker and the Impact of Health Education and Community Outreach in the 19th century.

  • TECHNIQUE

    FishyYanni Dinu Mahapatuna•March 9, 2020

    The ancient roots of ketchup.

  • TECHNIQUE

    An interview on techniqueAnouk Arseneau and Émilie Hellman•March 9, 2020

    An interview with Jaime Sandoval, physics teacher and opera singer. 

  • TECHNIQUE

    Are Disability Accommodations Giving Students an Unfair Advantage?Eve DeLavergne•March 9, 2020

    A journalistic exploration of accommodations for students with learning differences at Dawson College.

  • TECHNIQUE

    Do Computer Scientists Dream about Ethics? Émilie Hellman•March 9, 2020

    An interview with two Dawson computer science students about S.P.A.C.E., technique, and general education.  

  • TECHNIQUE

    Is Clicktivism Really Activism?Romy Shoam•March 9, 2020

    A look at how Instagram can incite or inhibit environmental activism.

  • TECHNIQUE

    Teach Me HowYara Ajeeb•March 9, 2020

    The challenge of translation emotion into words.

  • TECHNIQUE

    Shell-ShockedYaani Dinu Mahapatuna •March 9, 2020

     A piece about oysters, the taste of nostalgia and how they somehow relate to technique.  

  • TECHNIQUE

    A Funky RideTina Barbusci•March 9, 2020

    An interview with Alex Marini on the techniques of skateboard making.

  • TECHNIQUE

    Dusk & DawnRei Stephen Sison•March 6, 2020

     Is that glimmer of light in the sky a sign of hope fading … or emerging?

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