Dan Guy breaks a wide grin as the evening sun glances off his worn cap and plays through the alley. The Montreal native’s greying beard doing nothing to hide the refreshingly childlike enthusiasm of his words as his arms bear a small basket’s worth of strawberries and oranges.
You are a runner in a relay race. As your teammate approaches you, you see her hand extend, holding the baton. Your feet move to keep pace as she draws nearer. The fingers in your hands blossom out, creating a target, not just for the baton, but also for the responsibility, the confidence, the weight of the entire collective. You are the runner; you are the next editor-in-chief of the Other Press.
Two summers ago, Etsuko Jotaki was on her way home after meeting with a friend when she stopped to pick up her bicycle from Commercial-Broadway SkyTrain station.
A tribute known as “The Court” is making rounds on the Internet in the wake of Prince’s passing, paying homage to Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, Robin Williams, and—of course—Prince Rogers Nelson himself.
Many people seem to believe that learning languages is just something some people have a knack for, but the truth is, anyone can master more than one language.
“I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.”—Rebecca West.
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, which of these is the healthiest of the all?”
This is the question I ask pretty much every time I want to or have to eat anything. Like me, with infinite information available on Google and WebMD, many people are trying to incorporate a focus on health into their lifestyle.