Column: Really

Make It Work Twas a regular Saturday, and there I was procrastinating, minding my business watching season two of Netflix’s “Big Mouth’ and noticing how the hormone monsters show up at the worst possible times for these poor characters. I mean these kids will just be there doing normal thirteen-year-old stuff (like swearing 30 times … Continue reading Column: Really

Column: Really?

Silent Killers With your head hung low and nowhere to go, You can’t explain this mysterious pain. It comes on so fast. How long will it last? Your heart is just pounding; your head starts to spin. Your palms start sweating; it’s merely the beginning. You’re uncontrollably crying. It feels like you’re dying. Your body … Continue reading Column: Really?

Inner Peace Project: How free yoga classes for Edmonton youth raise mental health awareness

By Kateryna Didukh While mental health awareness may be becoming increasingly relevant and widely discussed, there's no single approach to overcoming and dealing with mental health challenges, that would be a right fit for everyone. To promote healing, one has to first discover what makes them bleed and find a personal path to overcoming it. … Continue reading Inner Peace Project: How free yoga classes for Edmonton youth raise mental health awareness

When art imitates life: LGBTQA+ representation in film and television

“[Representation] creates a gentler challenge of our idea to what is normal. I really hate that word for applying to humans in any way. But representation creates a sense of normalcy in the fact that sexuality is diverse, gender is diverse, bodies are diverse. People come in all shapes and colours and sexualities," Angel Sumka, … Continue reading When art imitates life: LGBTQA+ representation in film and television