Hey. God, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? You and me. Together. I don’t mean to sound desperate....
At the end of the day, bravery isn’t a battlefield. It isn’t fast cars, or stunted risk. Bravery is the quietest thing you will ever know. Bravery is getting up in the morning when your bones are heavy and your heart does not...
I have to constantly slap myself in the face mentally to keep from judging people. Don’t judge, I say on the TTC on my way to school. There are passengers screaming at each other, students whipping backpacks in my face, blasting...
Tina Wei laments the struggles of a close friend in a striking poem, hoping to give it to her and lessen her suffering.
A reflection on time—keeping it, losing it, and living inside of it. Bridget Huh writes.
Sumedh Dhanvanthry contemplates the future of the English language, and considers the possible realities of our beloved lexicon in years to come.
Katherine Ma forgets her earphones. getting a chance to examine everyday sounds and motion.
Roshan Sivarajah reflects over a past encounter with an unexpected supervillain.
Katherine Ma expresses her opinion on bad days and good things on bad days and bad things on good days and…you get the point.
Hari Ilangomaran explains the role of camping in her life.
Katherine Ma contemplates the moral substance of human life as we know or don’t know it.
Michelle Wang presents a reflective piece on subjective facade, interpreting our dressed up flaws through the eyes of a fragile ballerina.