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Advice from a Senior

Advice from a Senior

I remember walking into the Bronfman building for the first time in 2009. It was, to say…

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Does Business Really Equal Busyness?

While studying the etymology of the word business, I learned that doing business refers to “the state of being busy by doing commercially viable and profitable work.” At Desautels, we define “busy” as taking on more and more projects to not only fill our days but also, let’s face…

17 Mar 1:55 PM 2 Read More...

Does Music Help or Hurt Your Studying?

In high school gym class, power walking was my exercise of choice; not because it was easy but because I could walk, text, listen to music, and read a book all at once.

In college now, with essays, presentations, internships, job applications, the pending burden of loans and unemployment, and…

15 Mar 7:49 AM 19 Read More...

The Gap Year Guide

It’s March of your final semester at McGill. All your friends are beginning to prepare for the start of their first job after graduation, while you are packing your bags to return to your parents’ basement, unemployed and unimpressed. Fear not, and cancel your flight home. There are plenty…

13 Mar 4:16 PM 5 Read More...

A Vagina Dialogue

A few weeks ago, Mor and I celebrated Gal-entines Day by bringing our favorite gals to McGill’s performance of The Vagina Monologues. Paper-bagging some red wine, we meandered into Leacock 132 for a night of talking about “down there.”
Eve Ensler created The Vagina Monologues in 1996…

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Fiesta Insomnia

Last Nuit Blanche, a friend asked me if I wanted to volunteer at a loft party in East Montreal. I readily agreed, and to my surprise, ended up at a trans “kink-positive” play party where attenders were encouraged to observe and participate in raunchy but strictly consensual performances. Although…

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