I was seven years old when I walked into my living room before school and saw the World Trade Center fall on TV.
If you’re looking for a long-running webcomic about a tight-knit group of friends of all shapes, sizes, and sexualities, look no further than Chloé C.’s Go Get A Roomie!, now in its sixth year of production.
Marco Rubio walked the halls of the convention center with nothing but the cold desolation of failure in his heart. His losses overwhelmed him, as did the number of reporters on his heels asking if he would be supporting Donald “Good people don’t go into government” Drumpf now that his campaign had come to an end.
Sports are not for everyone. However, everyone can find a sport they like. Unfortunately, it seems as though some of the most entertaining sports and games from our childhood have been cast aside in favour of more “serious” sports such as soccer, hockey, and football.
It’s been almost a week since St Patrick’s Day, so one can only assume we’ve all at least started to dry out by now.
It should be obvious. Women are people. This is hardly a controversial school of thought; at least, it hasn’t been since 1929 in Canada, legally.
“Well,” the psychologist said, “You’re not psychotic.”
I was back in the hospital two weeks after an episode of the Great Mystifying Brain Thing I’d been struggling with all my life sent me to the emergency room.
A study funded by the BC government is now underway to decide whether or not it’s feasible to build a highway connecting the Lower Mainland to the Sunshine Coast.
On Friday, March 4, Douglas hosted an event that has been months in the making. A ping pong tournament between Simon Fraser University and Douglas College.