Following up on the new smoking ban, it’s come to my attention that the issue of addiction has yet to be touched upon. Continue reading Self-Medicating
Now that you know the history of coffee and of some unique local coffee shops, I hope I have encouraged you to partake in the celebration of International Coffee Day! Continue reading Not Your Average Joe: The Grinding History of Coffee
Next time on Space News, the gas giants Jupiter and Saturn will get their time in the spotlight. As you gaze at the cosmos, consider your future here on Earth and forge your own path forward among the stars. Continue reading Space News: The Farthest Reaches
In the end, we’re left with only one sustainable course of action, one alluded to in the familiar 3 R’s: reduce the quantity of waste generated in the first place. Continue reading Waste: Is It Really Garbage?
Concordia is paving the pathway for success. The Indigenous Knowledge and Research Centre shows how far the university has come and how much further it can go. I am excited to see what’s next. Continue reading Grand Opening Of The Indigenous Knowledge and Research Centre
Long before the time of the twenty-four hour news cycles that currently consume mainstream media and alike, the North American continent was a very different place both economically and politically. Continue reading NAFTA: Part 1
“Check out this great new band, you’ll love them, they sound a lot like Zeppelin!” – My dad, circa 2017. Continue reading Greta Van Fleet: A Concert Review