This year, 2018-2019, S.P.A.C.E held its first annual writing competition. Students from all disciplines across Dawson College were invited to submit writing that offered a personal interpretation of this year’s theme, PERSPECTIVES. The writing could be in any one of three categories: prose (creative fiction and non-fiction), poetry, and essay.
By A. Ami, S.Rodrigues, M. El Jabiri, M.Dupas, C. Bondyra, D. Renaud, F. Dvorkian, M. Goncalves, P. Lopez Sauri
First Annual S.P.A.C.E. Writing Contest: Winners and honourable mentions.
How might the earth appear from the perspective of angels?
A preview of Dawson Theatre’s “The Taming of the Shrew: A Shaming of the True?
Not everyone can afford to learn from their set-backs.
NASA’s rover offers us a glimpse not only of Mars but also of ourselves.
In eating disorders, what seems like order can but anything but.
The entropy of anxiety and speaking (poem).
Why I got a tattoo.
Entropy reminds us to keep our personal expectations grounded in reality.
The unreachable horizontal line that time runs after.
When the mirror gives us a distorted image of ourselves (poem).
A man struggling with entropy in his marriage goes out to look at the night sky.
A group of students voluntarily experiment with a two-week social media blackout. Disorder ensures, and new order emerges.