Inconvenient convenience

The schedule for the campus commuter shuttle in the summer semester is a joke. You are either leaving at the crack of dawn and arrive ridiculously early, or you are…

No more boogie wonderland

Art vandalism has been committed on our campus! It was just recently that I paid a visit to my favourite hallway connecting A to D building, through B, and as…

Aching for autumn

While most people come alive in summer, I wilt — kind of like the hostas are doing right now in my front yard. I loathe having to wear sunscreen when…

Passionfruit, orange, and guava juice

When doing research for papers, and for The Cascade, I often end up down a weird rabbit hole on the internet. The latest one resulted in me ending up on…

It shouldn’t have come to this

Vancouver councillors have voted to ban plastic straws, foam cups, and other foam containers on June 1, 2019. There are mixed feelings from the public. Personally, this is something that…

Small, hairy steps forward

The most recent means to express diversity in a world full of growing inclusivity seems to be emojis of all things. In what is proving to be essentially one of…

Crossing lines while crossing borders

Not to be hyperbolic, but people who cut into the lines at border crossings are literally the worst people in the world and deserve to be banned from both driving…

The great escape

I have two cats. One is a precious dumpling of happiness and one is a destructive force of nature, whose only goal is to escape outside, fight with the farm…

A (graphic) novel idea

An art teacher named Meghan Parker will soon be receiving her MA in education from Simon Fraser University with a final thesis done in comic book format, a Canadian first….

SOS

I can’t wait to live on my own. I’m a bit of a neat freak — to me, an uncluttered mind comes from an uncluttered house, and unfortunately, I live in…