All considered, I don’t think I have struggled very much.
Of course, like everyone, I have faced hardships. But my own particular negative experiences have also accumulated in such a way that they remind me of their opposite. That is to say, having known bad, I can also now better understand good.
I realize that this perspective is quite a privileged one––to be able to view my negatives as learning experiences, which, in turn, helps me learn to brush them off, to not let them define me.
Not everybody can afford that perspective.
By Cheyenne Skurczak
A pantoum about memory loss (poem).
The entropy of my everyday life is lower than that of my father's generation, but higher than that of my cats.
Entropy makes life harder, which is sometimes just what we need.
How do we make Dawson more environmentally sustainable?
A moment can be remembered in a thousand and one ways.
Addressing glitches via political action.
Taxis have to follow the rules; so should Ubers.
A protest against by-law number 16-060 on animal control.
One student’s political action against the Quebec Values Charter.
The R-Score is incomprehensible and creates unintended negative consequences for students
Is Social Media only a tool or also an addiction? How does being on it affect us? Join this challenge to explore the answer!
Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood explores glitches in the “wholesomeness” of a city, and a nation.
A woman who identifies with neither gender becomes a glitch her patriarchal society cannot tolerate.