Food blog: Warm bread for winter days

Is there anything as nostalgic and comforting as a bowl of soup and a slice of hearty bread?  Growing up, I have fond memories of this classic pairing, and the smells of freshly baked bread and rich soup are two of my favourite aromas.  It’s no wonder that this meal staple has lasted centuries. With nostalgia in mind, I’d like to share one of my favourite recipes to pair with a bowl of soup: rosemary focaccia bread.  I honestly believe the humble bread does not get enough credit for its versatility and taste. But not this time. The unique flavor and texture of this focaccia will definitely make it the star at your next soup pairing.   I suggest munching […]

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Mid 2000s pop-punk angst . . . where are they now?

We all had that period sometime in middle school where we listened to whiny pop-punk and wallowed in our feelings. I don’t know about you, but I wanted to be a “scene girl” more than anything . . . thank god my parents stopped me from chopping off my hair and making a fool of myself. One thing they couldn’t stop me from doing, though, was blasting “emo” music louder than I should’ve. I know a lot of us have moved on from those bands, but they’re still real and out there. So what have they been up to? Fall Out Boy Back in the day, this foursome was known for Pete Wentz’s nudes, and the songs “Sugar, We’re Goin’ […]

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Blog: How to avoid a hack

In the aftermath of the Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) election, the Change 2017 slate alleged that someone hacked their shared email account. The university was only able to track the access to their account to the fourth floor of the University Center’s public student WiFi, meaning whoever hacked Change’s email essentially got away with it. Scary stuff. So what exactly does any of that mean? In the information security industry, this type of hack is referred to as unauthorized access which simply means using a resource like an online account, computer, or network without permission from its owner. Different things will have different security measures in place to prevent unauthorized access, which range anywhere from checking the “I am […]

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Food and Drink blog: Say “Happy Valentine’s Day” with food

Did you know that Valentine’s Day is the second most popular day of the year for people to dine out? Skip the crowded restaurants this February 14th and instead plan a romantic evening at home. Whether you’re single or taken this Valentine’s Day, treat yourself this holiday by following this dine-in menu. Drink: Couple’s recipe: We all know that wine incites romance and has long been compared to the euphoria of love! Try this Touch of Venus white wine cocktail on Valentine’s Day. This love potion consists of four simple ingredients: o   3 oz. dry white wine o   1 oz limoncello o   ½ tsp amaretto o   ½ tsp fresh lemon juice Singleton recipe: Kick off this Valentine’s Day with a […]

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Sex blog: Let’s talk about sex, baby

The golden rule for sex is to always communicate. Of course, this is easier said than done, even if you feel completely at ease with whoever’s genitals you are fooling around with. Personal tastes are, well, personal, and there is a lot of stigma associated with many fetishes. Fear of rejection or ridicule is all too common, but I promise you it doesn’t have to be that way. Take no shame in your interests. Whether it’s BDSM, group sex, roleplay, anal play or literally anything ever, if it’s legal and consensual then it’s all good, baby bay-bay. Sure, others may not be into it, and that’s their prerogative—but you have the right to indulge in any consensual activity with whoever […]

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