By Natasha Kangrga
“What day is it? Is my mask giving me acne? Why do I keep scrolling through these awful events even though it makes me feel bad?” may be questions you’ve asked yourself over the wonderful year of 2020. At the time, they were just questions, but are you aware that these experiences are now actual definitions for words?
Continue reading “Expand Your Vocabulary: Words and Expressions of 2020”
In preparation for Valentine’s Day, we asked Richview students to send us their favourite romantic comedies. Here’s what they said: Continue reading Richview’s Favourite Rom-Coms
We ask the readers and contributors of The Richview Voice their favourite songs of 2020. Here were their responses: Continue reading Favourite Songs of 2020
By Sathya Siva
2020. Coronavirus. Covid-19. Global warming. Pandemic. No escape. Suddenly the world is put on hold. Is there really an upside to this horror? Continue reading Covid and Climate
We ask the readers and contributors of The Richview Voice what gets them into the holiday spirit. Here were their responses: Continue reading Getting Into The Holiday Spirit
We ask the readers and contributors of The Richview Voice for pictures of their pets because why not? Continue reading Richview’s Pets
We’ve asked both the readers and contributors of The Richview Voice for their best tips to surviving the quadmester. Here were their responses: Continue reading A Guide to Surviving the Quadmester
The CCGSD (Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity) is offering livestreamed equity programming and free conferences that might be exciting additions to your classes (Queer History anyone?!) Check out the dates and times below, but you can also contact them to arrange a time/date that works for you. See contact info below.
Continue reading Info Post – Learning Livestreams With CCGSD And More!
By Lia Marchione
Halloween: the most iconic time of the year, and the only day of the year where taking candy from strangers is an acceptable activity to take part in. This year, the day of spooks and candy falls on a Saturday, which adds to the beautiful irony that is the year 2020. Of course, the best part of Halloween isn’t spending time with your friends or dressing up, although those are great. It also isn’t walking kilometers around your neighborhood peering judgmentally at people’s houses to see if they will grace you with the one thing everyone is actually here for. The best part is the candy.
Continue reading “Top 10 Best Halloween Candy — Ranked By Me (Whose Opinion Is Infinitely More Valid Than Yours, Therefore I Am 100% Correct)”