One effect of lockdown during the pandemic was a sudden disappearance of many of the ways our lives intersected with new people and places. Almost overnight, our daily movements and interactions became far more limited and repetitive.
How one student turned to photography to cope with lockdown (video).
When humanity takes on the physical laws of the universe, who will emerge triumphant? (fiction)
A poster project to raise the profile of noteworthy female scientists and normalize the presence of women scientists and inventors.
Texts given a new life (erasure poems)
A Dawson student recalls her immigration journey as a young girl (memoir)
Urban expansion is having a profound impact on the natural world. Could urban green spaces be part of the solution?
Some cars have their own identity. My baby is one of them. (poem)
Prototypes and reflections on illustrations for the 2021/2022 INTERSECTIONS theme poster.
Love has its limits (poem).
Real Hermits don’t have Pinterest (short story).
Sometimes great food is the one thing we can all agree on (personal essay).
Kite flying after dark (poem).
Old dogs suffer to survive (short story).