My grandfathers / Mes grands-pères

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16 things I have learnt being a CMUQ student

*Cue emotional introduction with a few funny parts that make you go “aww” with a sort of nostalgic smile* 1. Free food is free food. It is never “bad” or “not worth it”. As long as it is free food you can never refuse it. Always strive for it. Never miss an opportunity, no matter what it takes. 2. People who go to events for free … Continue reading 16 things I have learnt being a CMUQ student

Diary of a CMUQ student: Free food events

Although this is obviously a caricature, it’s still accurate to a great extent. This is how I like to imagine our free food events go. I love our CMUQ community :) November 13th 2014: Today was yet another free food massacre. The casualties are still racking up, even up until now. I was lucky enough not to have been caught in the stampede, as the … Continue reading Diary of a CMUQ student: Free food events

Casual conversation with my brain

So I’m guessing this post will be much shorter than what I usually put on here, mostly for the sake of readability. I don’t really know whether having internal conversations with oneself is commonplace or not since I’ve ever talked about that to just a couple of people, but it sometimes happens to me. My internal thought process sometimes takes the form of a dialogue between my … Continue reading Casual conversation with my brain

Is the BBC ruining Sherlock Holmes?

As yesterday marked the day I got up-to-date with the critically acclaimed BBC TV series Sherlock, I felt that it was finally appropriate for me to jot down a few words expressing my sentiments towards the show. Instead of writing a review of individual episodes, an assignment I feel would be much too lengthy and outside my realm of interest, I’ll simply talk about the general … Continue reading Is the BBC ruining Sherlock Holmes?

Can you really get bored when you have a wild imagination? The answer is yes. Yes you can.

I’m sitting down in university, minding my own business. It’s the usual; freshmen getting excited about free pizza and taking selfies, sophomores overusing the “suffer more” pun, juniors complaining about the workload, and seniors getting defensive about their hangout spots, given to them by their seniority status. From time to time new faces briefly appear before us; probably students from Texas A&M or Northwestern whom, despite being oblivious … Continue reading Can you really get bored when you have a wild imagination? The answer is yes. Yes you can.