Most of you have been exposed to the viral Harlem Shake meme that has been making its rounds on the Internet. The meme features 15 seconds of someone dancing while everyone pretends not to notice, and then when the...
When we think of Black History we tend to think of Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X—the ‘celebrities’ of the human rights struggle. But Black History and culture is much more than this, and happens at the...
Last week I co-wrote an article on the phenomenon of implicit bias: biases based on race, gender, orientation, and other noticeable attributes of which the biased individuals themselves are often unaware. These biases often occur in the workplace, academic,...
By Allie Preyde and Gilbert Enenajor Kathleen Wynne has just become Canada's first openly gay Premier, as well as the first woman in Ontario to hold this prestigious position. More and more barriers are being broken, and fields that were...
This recipe is brought to us by our awesome volunteer Kyle, who has excellent taste in soup as well. It calls for matzo meal, which I admittedly had to look up: it is, not surprisingly, a ground flour type...
I’m sitting in a wicker chair at a resort in Caya Coco, Cuba. The sun is shining, the flamingos are fishing and the palm trees are swaying. Despite the beautiful Caribbean scenery, I am distracted and fascinated by people’s...
It’s still January, but your New Year’s resolutions may have already become a distant memory. Some of us await a divine intervention, while others just can’t seem to maintain positive change. Perhaps if we look closer, we’ll find that...
It is a crisp and blustery weekday afternoon and I am sitting at the Olde Stone Brewing Company bar with resident brewmaster Doug Warren. Mr. Warren has just given me a tour of his small yet sophisticated basement brewery,...
Who cares if you have a gluten intolerance or not? You will love these tasty gluten-free buckwheat pancakes, brought to you by renowned Spoon baker Kris Larocque. Buckwheat is an energizing and highly nutritious “grain” that is actually a...
co-written by Megan Quinton. Photo: Tori Silvera Holocaust survivor, graphic designer, filmmaker, and 1960s ad man Jack Kuper graced the Trent community with his presence on Thursday November 29th 2012 thanks to Lady Eaton College and the History Department. Jack...