It’s that time of the year again! And as always, it can be a pretty painful procedure. So, I’ve decided to mix up a little anesthetic for you. You will find below an intricate, well-balanced, painstakingly compiled (exaggeration) playlist of relaxing pieces from the classical literature, spanning from the ancient Baroque (early 17th to the
The streets were alit with the haunting orange glow of jack-o-lanterns; overhead, thick, dark clouds billowed over the sky, almost smothering out any last glimmers of daylight. Add to it, a coldness to the air that is enough to send out some chills, and boy, does it ever feel like Halloween.
After water, coffee is the drink consumed most by Canadians. Sometimes it seems that during studying for exams and those early mornings that just seem way to early to be in class, I think I may drink more of it then water. And I don’t necessarily feel alone as I see many students line up