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PRIDE IN VANCOUVER

“Pride in Vancouver”Creative Director: Indira FisherPhotographer: Olivia Wright Models:Rebecca LaskinGustavo Magana Canpose

Late Night Ruminations

1. A blank page and sharp pencil tired wrist and heavy mind so many things to say so many things left unsaid i used to […]

ORGANIC LOVE

stay fruity

A DEVIANT’S LETTER ON PRIDE

On Becoming Human Again

AM I GAY ENOUGH TO WRITE THIS?

I have a rainbow flag in my twitter bio. My email signoff has my pronouns pre-coded. I proudly consider myself a pleasure-forward sex educator. In […]

Stop Breathing Fog on the Glass

The first time I saw myself was in a fun house mirror An oligarchy of nerves for a purse Extra baggage, valise, a lava lamp […]

Mae Martin, Gonzo the Muppet, and Me

A (very) brief analysis of gender-queer representation in film and television.

SHE’S FINALLY POPPED!

Now let’s dissect Rihanna’s latest fashion era: pregnancy, and how she is revolutionizing fashion… again.

ART IN CAPTIVITY

For the art restitution movement, ignorance is not bliss.

YOU LIKE JAZZ? CLEARLY, YOU MUST

The story of how jazz came to be and its hidden impact on modern music.

SHADES OF GRAY: APPRECIATING SUBJECTIVITY IN “BLACK AND WHITE” ACADEMICS

“I want to make beautiful things even if no one cares.”

LOGGING OFF

As a generation marked as being chronically online, we have become eerily desensitized to some of the world’s most devastating events.

MUSIC

YOU LIKE JAZZ? CLEARLY, YOU MUST

The story of how jazz came to be and its hidden impact on modern music.

AN INTERVIEW WITH KYRA JOHNSON

The other week I sat down with Kingston musician Kyra Johnson who has caught some attention with her first single, “options” which has amassed over 8000 plays on Spotify. So, with a new EP on the way, the timing couldn’t be better. 

WEST COAST 2 DETROIT

            The West Coast (LA, The Bay) and Detroit might not be two regions that you hear compared too often. One is warm, sunny and ocean-side while the other is an aging industrial city on the not as scenic shores of Lake Erie. However, they have one thing in common. Their music. 

MUSE'INGS

ART IN CAPTIVITY

For the art restitution movement, ignorance is not bliss.

SHADES OF GRAY: APPRECIATING SUBJECTIVITY IN “BLACK AND WHITE” ACADEMICS

“I want to make beautiful things even if no one cares.”

HOLDING OUR RIGHTS CLOSE

An overturn of Roe v. Wade has the potential to implicate Canada’s counterpart reproductive rights.

10 YEARS OF MUSE ONLINE!

As many of our readers know, MUSE was first conceived in CoGro as an ambitious dream scribbled on a few pieces of lined paper, emerging […]

Lifestyle

LOGGING OFF

As a generation marked as being chronically online, we have become eerily desensitized to some of the world’s most devastating events.

Do and Don’t Contradict Me

In propositional logic, a statement is said to be logically consistent if it contains no logical contradictions. If I say, “I like ice cream and […]

THE RISE OF THE NEPOTISM KID

Famous people are fascinating. There is no denying this. I mean, why else would we spend hours scrolling through their Instagram pages, watching their interviews, […]