A Poem About the Severed Ties with Family
It’s best we keep our distance,
even if I shared with you my pain
You Are Everyone, but No One at All
Brings You to a Warmer Place
Crazy and wild, we ran free
Then you decided we weren’t meant to be
The Creations of a Concordia Student
A poem to read with an ice-cold drink in hand.
The Fine Craft of a Concordia Student
A poem that pulls you into its time and space, capturing the excitement of a moment quickly gone by.
Bodily Automn’omy Fest Challenges Attacks on Bodily Autonomies
It was a full crowd, filled with eccentric style and pints of beer at Chez Morrígan. The cozy, dim-lit bar had a disco ball projected on their staircase entrance, attracting passersby on Crescent St.
Three Poems to Make You Ponder
A myriad of words, a mountain of emotions. A bundle of poems that explore power, perceived through a political and a personal lens.
‘Through My Eyes: Hani’s Journey’ Was Presented At the McCord Museum
Born in Egypt, Grace Sebeh Byrne moved to Montreal when she was three. She has been passionate about art her entire life, and found herself attracted to social and human stories, and human rights issues.