The Protesters, the Press and the Cop with the Kitten
Up until last week, here’s what I knew about Oakland: It’s in California. It’s across the Bay from San Francisco. And it’s the home of Major League Baseball’s A’s, aka the Athletics, whose team colours are green and gold.
Accosted On Guy
So I was walking from the Hall to the EV building the other day, going to class, just thinking about how broke and awesome I am, and in that not-even two blocks, I had to awkwardly fend off the weird, too-friendly advances of, I swear, like, 20 people.
Just for Laughs co-founder Gilbert Rozon recently proposed the idea of keeping bars in Montreal’s downtown core open until 6:00 a.m.—three hours later than the current province-wide 3:00 a.m. closing time.
I know two people who were killed by cars in the last two weeks.
Ragin’ On The Road
When I get in my car, rage takes over me—I just can’t help it.
Concordia On: Zombie Apocalypse
With the world economy crumbling, #Occupy protests happening throughout the world and a general depressive trend in world news, we decided to ask students about a more festive topic this week: Halloween.
The Skinny on Squirting
I’m sleeping with a guy and things are going great—except for one thing. He’s convinced he can make me “squirt.” He says that every girl he’s been with did but I’m pretty sure it’s not happening and I’m sick of feeling like something is wrong with me. Can every girl do it?
Full Figured Fashion Nowhere to Be Found on Ste. Cat
Montreal is on its way to becoming a fashion hotspot, bursting with the latest and greatest in trends and styles. The city is a fashionista’s dream and a shopper’s paradise—assuming you fit into a size 12 or smaller.
Party Has Potential to Guide Muddled Movement
Canadians are standing together against the current economic divide in our population via Occupy movements ongoing in almost every major city in this country. Like their peers around the globe, this country’s poorest “99 per cent” are out on the streets and asking for change.
CBC Calls Out Quebecor, Raises Questions of Convergence
When the media becomes the subject of the news rather than the source of it, someone isn’t doing their job.