Infinity Aerial is home to four different types of aerial apparatus’ that let you feel like you’re a superhero. CEO and Owner Valerie Schrader owned her studio in 2007, going on a mission to bring the liberating exercises and arts to the community. Since her first opening, she has moved locations to accommodate even more … Continue reading Infinity Aerial Is The Most Empowering Workout Around Town
71% of female students disapprove of the job the provincial governmental lead by Doug Ford is doing and abortion rights and sex education are amongst their concerns 71 per cent of Ryerson students who identify as female disapprove of the job the provincial government is doing, according to a recent poll conducted by Ryerson School … Continue reading Only 3% of female students at Ryerson approve of the Ford government: poll
Horizons for Youth shelter is helping young people get off the streets and back to pursuing their passions The sounds of slamming doors, stomping feet, and angry voices rang in John Huynh’s ears as he stuffed just his phone and his wallet of only a few bills, into the pocket of his pyjama pants. His … Continue reading More like home
Queer shame in a binary world. Celebrating pride when I’m in a straight relationship feels fraudulent. Like somehow I’m not gay enough to be here. I know I still get to celebrate pride as a queer person, but somehow I feel like I don’t really have anything to celebrate. I thought I was a lesbian … Continue reading Am I gay enough?
My right-hand holds the warm mug in my crossed-legged lap as I sit on the end of my partner’s twin bed. My back slightly hunched, sitting up straight when I remember, inhaling deeply, focusing on my breath, when I remember. Breathe in smell the coffee breathe out. The clanking and banging sounds of constant construction … Continue reading My Morning Cup of Coffee
After taking over the family deli business, Irene and Shelley Zelden moved to the St. Claire area to open up a pub and a deli across the street. Although their pub has been around longer, the Zelden’s passion is in the deli business and this place is as close to them as family. Zelden’s … Continue reading Zelden’s Goes Beyond Traditional: A Modern Twist On Family Deli In St. Clair Neighbourhood
My name is Tess, I’m 18 years old and if I get killed tomorrow I want my little sister to know that I’m doing this for her. No person should have to consider this. Especially kids. But unfortunately, this is the reality that we have to live with every day. We go to school in … Continue reading Opinion: We Are Done Dying For Your Right To Own Weapons Of War
The Columbus Yoga Community Is Facing Facts And Creating Connections, One Inclusive Yoga Class At A Time
It’s time to say goodbye to the cliquey vibes of yoga and exercise in Columbus. Studios are beginning to pay more attention to who their clientele is and the limited range of people that traditional yoga spaces bring in. Ashton Colby, a yoga instructor RYT200, is part of a new initiative in Columbus to create … Continue reading The Columbus Yoga Community Is Facing Facts And Creating Connections, One Inclusive Yoga Class At A Time
My name is Tess Stuber, I’m a junior in high school and I am standing here today to urge you to say no to the Pastor Protection Act. In every history class I have taken, we have discussed the monumental moments in history that stay with people forever. The moments where you can remember exactly … Continue reading Testimony against House Bill 36, The Pastor Protection Act
This year I worked with students, teachers, and community members to raise awareness and funds for the YWCA family center. We ran an event at Jeffrey Park called the Bexley Sleep Out, where members of the community joined us for music, food, camp fires, and a night in tents to raise awareness of homelessness and … Continue reading The Bexley Sleep Out 2016
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