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The lousy life of laundry

HATE. I know, I know it’s a very strong word, but it’s the only word I can think to describe the biggest source of contention in my life. That thing? Laundry. Seriously, it’s the absolute worst. It just sits there waiting for days in that stupid basket, spilling onto my floor, taunting me with it’s


What about the future?

We have reached the point in our college journey that we can say we’re almost graduates. I’m talking like, half a year. The day is coming where we will no longer shuffle through these hallowed halls like zombies to an early morning class. We’ll have tossed our graduation caps with jubilation and pride before hitting


Hollywood’s casting couch crisis

Until we begin to hold people accountable for their sexual depravity and abuse of power, we must continue to hope the message of consent sinks in to their thick skulls. We must somehow reiterate the fact that when it comes to sexual activity the word “no,” silence or passivity never equals “yes” and obtaining consent


A childhood of hunting reptiles and snakes

I have loved reptiles and snakes for as long as I can remember. Growing up, around 90 per cent of the time I would find myself hunting for frogs, salamanders and snakes. I can’t quite explain why I find reptiles and snakes so interesting and majestic, but I just do. When I was young I

David Selles

What’s your beef: Hold off on Christmas

This week my beef lies with the people who gloss over Remembrance Day because it’s not important enough for them. There are a couple of different types of people that share my thoughts. One example is how people don’t show up to any Remembrance Day ceremonies put on by various cities and towns across the


No is not a naughty word

Raise your hand if you know someone who can’t say no to anything. If all of you who know me personally didn’t just raise your hand, it’s because you just weren’t listening, so I’ll ask again. Raise your hand if you know someone who can’t say no to anything. I’m assuming everyone I know just

The monster within

“Just learn to smile, and in a while, you’ll find trouble’s a bubble of air.” Jiminy Cricket You may not know me, but oh, I know you. I know the monster you’ve placed inside of me. I know the feelings of inadequacy that has intertwined with every inch of my being. I know the permanent scars