Emily Zuberec hails from Vancouver, BC. She is in her fourth year at Concordia, majoring in both creative writing and political science
This column was put together with help from Annah-Lauren Bloom
Love in the First and Third Quarters: A Comparison
In our favour.
How does a wasp choose where it will sting?
Almonds can be a reliable sources of protein.
Sinkholes may cause discomfort, but no one looks this way anymore.
There is no way to contain geothermal energy, so use it while you can!
Two barn swifts braid into something, avoid collision with a choke cherry that grows on a slant.
“Someone who really cares for you must have taken this picture, look at how your smile runs!”
I don’t need any of these coupons, I’m set!
That was the year brown egg sales spiked.
Blue is the widest.
Do you take card?
There is no way to know.
Space can change owners.
We suffered a loss when the market was flooded; too many options were presented.
All milk has been causing deep burps, but it feels good to finally release something.
I once heard about a global movement to end our consumption.
The seeds of some trees only begin to grow after there’s a fire.
Hearing plaster tumble down behind a flimsy wall. Maybe I shouldn’t put up this shelf.
I trained myself to take scalding baths and showers from a young age; I guess you didn’t.
Think of the sound fish make against wet rock.
Our return policies are seen as discouraging.
Does a spider ever give up hope when trapped under a cup?
The company is looking for a new way to invigorate its staff.
Graphic by Florence Yee