“I think that the most important thing I do is teach … [and] what I hope that does is invite [students] into scholarship."
I know what it’s like to be homesick — or, at least, I think so. Problem is, I’m not homesick for any physical place I can remember.
Loneliness can be more than simple solitude.
Starting in May, eyes will focus squarely on Evans as the campus waits to see how he — and his promises — fare as the head of the union.
Ghebremusse applied to a year-long visiting professorship at the Allard School of Law, got an interview and was hired. After that temporary position ended, she landed a tenure-track professorship and became the only Black woman faculty member at Allard.
“The thing that I do at UBC that, to this day, still terrifies me is to be really open and vulnerable about living with disability.”
Out on the Shelves was established on Davie Street in April 1983, at the heart of Vancouver’s burgeoning 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and is the city’s oldest queer library.
If you’re an assigned-female-at-birth Trans person, men's deodorant really great for pushing away dysphoria. It’s subtle, but you can catch whiffs of it when you move.
It’s a funny thing, to feel hollow.
Our minds are trained to believe that certain activities or feelings are attributed to men or women
If women could be all those things, why didn’t I want to be like them?
One morning when I was in Grade Five I woke up with a giant pimple on my left cheek.
Mystique and Villanelle each fight against a world that tries to limit their capabilities and desires. They inspired me to be brave by being myself.
Here are three boxes each of which i do not fully belong/ but I do not think of this as unfortunate.
I didn’t catcall women, brag about sexual conquests or demean people with names. So how could I be affected by toxic masculinity?
"I think mentorship means so much more between women when it’s covered with solidarity of knowing that it’s not just about those big issues that are often heavy and difficult, but it’s also about coming into these places with a sense of humour.”
University should be a safe space to experiment with expressing your identity through your look.
Mulan, who went to war in place of her father, was never a warrior by nature. She was just being punished by a sin that she had never committed.
This whole issue being on the topic of gender and performance made me curious about peoples’ writing. Do we ‘perform’ our genders every time we sit down at the keyboard? In other words, could there be any signs in a person’s writing of what gender they are?
Dysphoria with my body and how I was perceived had come to a head and simply put, pretending to be a woman was no longer a viable option.
We complement each other well. Both of us live without and between gender, weaving our identities like tangled embroidery thread in a colourful drawer.
Our first date was one of endurance. We walked for hours downtown and my shoulder grew tired from the regret of putting so much stuff in my bag in an earlier fit of nerves.