Poet’s Corner

By Cian Pierce This issue, I wanted to share one of my favourite poems by the 20th century, Chilean, Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda. In “If you forget me,” Neruda emphasizes the need for reciprocity in his romance, though the subject of the poem isn’t completely clear, it could be his home country Chile, or…

Fashion Statement, or Deathwish?

By Claire Watson A strike of that familiar G-note, and suddenly it’s 2006 again.  The early 2000s’ emo scene freed many of us from soul-sucking days spent in sweaty uniforms, struggling through crowded school hallways. Pop in those earphones, and suddenly there’s a door to feel all that pent up rage you’ve been waiting to…

The Art of Sourdough 

By Nathan Carey  About halfway through each semester, with exams looming and assignment deadlines galore, I tend to procrastinate. I’m sure that I’m not alone in this sentiment. Some folks like to watch Netflix, read a book, or just spend a few hours doing absolutely nothing. While all valid, my escape of choice usually involves…