I wrote a story for The Varsity on how popular culture impacts individual and collective morality. Check it out here!
Conventionally high earning majors such as computer science can provide graduates with immediate financial certainty and professional clarity which is decidedly harder for liberal arts graduates to achieve. That does not mean, however, that all the non-STEM graduates are about to go extinct.
Dear Reader, I recently wrote a piece on the future of citizenship for The Varsity. Check it out here!
As I progress further in my journey as a content writer and graphic designer, I have decided to redesign and re-brand “The Occasional Maverick” as the “Writer’s Bloc”. Watch this … Continue reading Refurbished website
“As the debate around healthcare rages on in the United States, many references are made to the successful Canadian alternative. Nevertheless, significant evidence suggests that the system is not as flawless as it is made to appear.”
“This is because such a collective attitude can result in a total breakdown of law and order.
And it does.”
“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.
Dear tolerant, long-suffering reader, Thank you for (hopefully) reading, following and sharing this blog over the last year. When I become a journalist for The Economist – or another equally … Continue reading New year’s day