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Pain will always be apart of my life

When I woke up last Sunday morning, I knew it was going to be bad.Continue...

Meditations on the potential dangers of smartphones

You’re waiting for the bus, walking to class, or lying in bed about to sleep — these brief moments to ourselves were once occupied with introspection, observation of our surroundings and reflections about who we are and what we feel.Continue...

An afternoon spent cleansing our chakras and seeing in the future

Shivani: When someone gives you the opportunity to find out about your future, whether you believe in the supernatural or not, are you really going to say no? That’s the mentality I had before going to local Kingston psychic Shadia Medium.Continue...

Getting jumped at Queen’s for being Asian

“You better start walking faster, you ‘chink gook’."Continue...

How I coped with finding out I had cancer

I didn’t know I had cancer.Continue...

Don't forget about the important things in life

The phone call I received on a brisk January night remains just as vivid to me now as it did three years ago.Continue...

A tour outside of Kingston

A lot of university and college students take advantage of their four-month vacation from school to travel around the globe. But when you’re working with a tight budget and are stuck working full time for the summer, spending a month backpacking across Europe might simply be out of the question.Continue...

The transcendental effect of 'Rocky Horror Picture Show'

Seeking a true Halloween experience this past weekend, I decided to go see The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Screening Room.Continue...

A student's guide to homebrewing

At its core, craft beer culture is very appealing.Continue...

Encepha-what? The aftermath of my brain virus

This doesn’t even feel real. Not in that “this is way too good to be true!” kind of way, but in an “I don’t feel like myself.”Continue...

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