Millennials keep alcohol at arm’s length

March 21, 2017 Jongyun Choi 0

BY TYLER CHOI Here’s a sobering thought after those St. Patrick’s Day hangovers: millennials are increasingly likely to exercise self-control over their drinking, and prefer the refuge of non-alcohol related activities for recreation. In contrast […]

Jack is back

February 14, 2017 Jongyun Choi 0

Samurai Jack returns after 13 year hiatus BY TYLER CHOI Adult Swim recently released a full-length trailer of Samurai Jack, following teasers and years of anticipation. The show ran on Cartoon Network from 2001 to 2004, […]

Sheridan gets cheeky at design sale

January 24, 2017 Jongyun Choi 0

BY TYLER CHOI “”Trash” and “Bastard” are my favourite ones.” “I got the one that says “Bitch.”” No, it’s not people choosing their favourite curse words, or playing an adult card game. A rotating keychain […]

Flu season by the numbers

January 17, 2017 Jongyun Choi 0

BY TYLER CHOI It’s that time again. The symphony of sniffles, muffled coughs forced into a hand or arm, and an explosive achoo in classrooms or the workplace. The cold and flu season is in […]

A year of Trudeau for youth voters

November 2, 2016 Jongyun Choi 0

BY TYLER CHOI “Sunny ways” were the first words spoken by Justin Trudeau as prime minister, and hopefully, the start of a reinvigorated Canada. Against the cynicism and opposition, Canadians remain bright towards Trudeau. An […]