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  • FEATURE

    The truth of the Muslim community

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    On February 10, three young people—Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21, and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19—were fatally shot dead in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Craig Stephen Hicks, their next-door neighbour, was charged with their murders. According to the Chapel Hill Police Department, this tragedy was the result of an ongoing parking dispute, although other motives are being considered.

  • To begin, we must realize that UV rays, or ultraviolet rays, are not always harmful. In some cases, UV rays are actually useful. They help in some medical treatments and provide the essential vitamin, Vitamin D3 to the body. Even though the sun is their primary source, UV rays are not just emitted by sun but also by other objects like mercury lamps, tanning lamps, laser machines, and often during welding. UV rays are electromagnetic rays that are invisible to us.

  • LETTITOR

    I’m a motherfuckin’ Munster

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    Appearance and physicality are central aspects of fashion. All you have to do is look at the relative uniformity of the modelling world to know that. Few models challenge the standard slender, tall figures that dominate runways and fashion spreads—”plus-size” models tend to be anyone between a size six and size 14.

  • OPINIONS

    So lame it just might work

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    This is not a criticism of any individual or organization, but rather the designs that come from an embarrassing collective demand. I’m talking about technology such as the selfie stick. You know, the elongated pole that people use to take pictures of themselves.

  • OPINIONS

    Liv’er drink

    by The Other Press
    by The Other Press

    Torontonian, Mark Selkirk was diagnosed with acute alcoholic hepatitis in 2010. Told by doctors that his life was going to come to a premature end without a liver transplant, he was in dire straits. To make matters worse, Selkirk was an alcoholic, and all Canadian liver transplant centres require candidates to be alcohol-free for six months.