Here are five suggested soundtracks to help drown out the torrential downpour happening outside your window.
“For the hashtag to achieve full potency, ensure that you don’t discuss in-person any aspect of the problematic culture our society is currently living,” advises the report.
How do you think the eight girls in my class would feel to have most occupations we learn about be represented, both textually and visually, as male-only jobs?
[He] was my friend, and he raped me, and he committed suicide. All of these things are true, all at the same time, and I don’t really know how to deal with any of them.
Vancouver City Bylaw 7089 states “Any citizen relocating outside of the Lower Mainland must pen a-personal-yet-relatable thought piece on why he or she is leaving, and drag it out for at least 1,000 words.”
“It’s absolutely mind-boggling how much time I was able to give myself when I didn’t have to work a job to pay Vancouver rents.”
I didn’t choose the title of vagabond—rather, it was chosen for me.
Throughout 2016—while I was in my final year of post-secondary—I moved three times.
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.
As much as people love to complain about Vancouver’s weather and economy, this city has a lot of things going for it.