“The feeling vanished after I sat in the rickshaw I had hailed, determined to save myself a walk and metro ride to the train station.”
“About to begin my final year of university I have decided to write a series detailing my experiences at university so far over the course of the coming academic year.”
“Mission: To write an essay on (insert elaborate topic of desperation/ choice here) by (deadline inflicted on innocent students by sadistic professor(s)).”
I recently published a piece for the The Varsity winter magazine. It deals with the sensitive, often deliberately unseen topic of censorship in Canada.
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“If an individual possesses the confidence to become academically or professionally successful, it is foolish to expect that he or (very often) she will not exercise the same confidence in what they choose to wear.”
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