TRUTH BEHIND NATURAL BEAUTY

Zainab Zaman The natural beauty trend is part of a huge shift towards women’s awareness about health, wellness, and what is best for their bodies. There is no lack of information or choices for women when seeking a new product, but wading through the hype can be difficult. Most women, whether 15 or 50, probably have a bag or drawer of discarded cosmetics abandoned along the way as … Continue reading TRUTH BEHIND NATURAL BEAUTY

POWER’S IN THE FAN’S HANDS

Nathalie Leveille Fandoms have now made a huge jump from being a touchy subject at the edge of our culture, to being recognized as forces for change. People are already helping their own fan communities make this transition by supporting issues that are affecting our world. This new trend is impacting fandom as a subculture in a way that people do not understand until they … Continue reading POWER’S IN THE FAN’S HANDS

CHANGING THE TIDE OF CANADIAN TRUE CRIME

Tricia Sans Chan A shiver runs along your spine and the hairs on the back of your neck stand up as you break into a light sweat even though you’re glued to your seat. The floorboard creeks in your empty house, sending your brain into a frenzy of flight or fright. You reach for your trusty Louisville Slugger before you come to the realization that … Continue reading CHANGING THE TIDE OF CANADIAN TRUE CRIME

REST IN PEACE LAN

Raymond Brooks

Exploding pixels, screen-cheating, and old CRT monitors are disappearing from the gaming landscape. The foundations for local multiplayer, once staples of Friday nights, are going the way of Betamax.

Gamers of today have inevitably lost sight of something. Each other.

Local multiplayer has been around since the golden age of video games. It was a time when quarter-run arcades machines and link cables were as common as today’s smartphones. That time has long passed. Continue reading “REST IN PEACE LAN”

SUBSCRIBE TO THE GOOD LIFE

Jeremy Yudin Reya Al-khudairi spends thousands of dollars on fashion bags and sunglasses that will soon be just left in a closet. “The season comes and goes and the bags stay,” she said. “They go out of style, I can’t do anything with them.” During her University years, Al-khudairi worked at Club Monaco and Tommy Hilfiger for a combined five years. “I was always ahead … Continue reading SUBSCRIBE TO THE GOOD LIFE