I can’t stand sitting idly by for hours in the sun doing absolutely nothing, unlike some. For my own entertainment—and hopefully yours as well—I’ve compiled a list of incoming summer shows to keep your mind occupied this summer.
As students are leaving one phase of their education, starting new jobs, and coming into a new level of academia, the summer season is a great time for self-improvement, self-love, and presents opportunities to change or stay the same.
As the year comes to an end, it’s important we reflect on the good, the bad, and the chaotically funny stories we’ve kept hidden away in our memories.
With the ground finally thawing, longer days and spring finally upon us. It’s time to tuck away the thick puffer jackets and woolly socks until next winter.
Back in August, I packed my life into a 23 kg suitcase, heading to a country I’d never visited before.
Growing up, Fleetwood Mac was superior to the Jonas Brothers.

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April 7, 2023
Ben Wrixon, Editor in Chief
This article discusses substance abuse and addiction and may be triggering for some readers. The Canadian Mental Health Association Crisis Line can be reached at 1-800-875-6213.
If you’re a woman, chances are you’ve heard the word “slut” being used derogatorily in some way.
Season 27 of The Bachelor concluded Monday night with a happy engagement—and the woman who took home the ring is from Kingston.
If I asked myself, “what is my purpose?” a year ago, I wouldn’t have an answer.
Caffeine withdrawal, some brain fog, and the feeling of just wanting to take three naps a day. It’s the month of Ramadan, and beyond the discomfort there’s so much beauty.
Do you remember those reading assignments we had in elementary school, where you had to read ten pages and then write a page about them, or the Scholastic book fair? 
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