MUSE’INGS

runaway suburbia it’s 4:30 in the morning the cab ride home is slower we talk about teenage summers and childhood in box-like backyards familiarity precedes panic green lights with nowhere to go linen patterns to planes overhead and remnants of what the clock outgrows apply tape to the temporary red mirage or contrasting truth the mind...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLPsk89aUKw Blood Orange (aka Devonté “Dev” Hynes) has done what he does best and put out some really awesome powerful music. “Sandra’s Smile” is an ode to Sandra Bland, a woman who died in police custody in Texas this year. The video features Hynes posted in...

People are like books. I mean that’s how it seems to me. You walk down the street and you see so many covers. You read the surface and nothing else and allow them to pass you by, never fully appreciating them. You may look back and...

This coming Monday, October 19th, is a very important day for Canada. This is the day that the federal election is going to be held. This is the day that Canadian citizens get to cast their vote to elect the candidate in which they believe...

It’s a Thursday night. You’re standing outside in a lineup of other students, hardly bothered by the chilly breeze because your good friend Jack Daniels is keeping you warm. You’ve fixed your attention on the couple in front of you who “just happen” to be...

Imagine all the lives you could have lived. I’m not speaking in the sense of physically wanting to be someone else, but to explore a side of yourself that is beyond what you are used to or comfortable with. As young adults in the formative...

What "Free the Nipple" and Free the Children Have in Common I’m not here to hate on us millennials. I think we get enough of that in passive-aggressive Wall Street Journal-type articles that lament our “entitlement complexes” invading the workforce. I don’t believe this — I...