- Top Story - May 2019
Marvel vs DC: Superhero ShowdownTop Story - May 2019
In comic books, heroes and villains clash all the time, and there is a constant struggle between good and evil. From Batman vs Joker, to Captain America vs. Red Skull, both Marvel and DC have penned some amazing rivalries that have spanned decades. On some occasions we also see some hero vs. hero action, such as in the upcoming Captain America 3: Civil War. However that is Marvel vs Marvel, but what if we saw a Marvel hero, and a DC hero come to blows.
The Ethics of Jamming—The Musician's 7 Deadly Sins
Musicians hold jamming as a sacred art of communication between their colleagues. The most inspiring ideas and fruitful collaborations have been born from within a jam session. But there is a certain code of ethics that musicians need to and should agree to abide by in the jam studio—here are a list of seven types of misbehaviour that are frowned upon:
Online Dating Over 40… or, I Thought I Was Out of High School?
To call myself a veteran in the realm of Internet dating over the age of 40, might hardly seem a badge of honor. I offer the following account as a purely cautionary tale to those of you who are considering internet dating in middle-age (sorry, but no other way to describe us) with the hopes that it will help you avoid some of the bumps and pitfalls—and perhaps garner a good laugh or two!
Martini Making Guide
Some martinis can cost $10 just for one! As university students, we can’t always afford buying drinks. But you could have a martini night with your friends. Depending on how many people and how much alcohol you buy (splitting the cost of course!), you could make a few fun nights out of one purchase. Even if you don’t have martini glasses or bar tools, you can still make your own martinis. So here’s a guide to mixing the perfect martini and a few recipes to try out this Wednesday “hump day” evening or the weekend!
What Personality Type Is Your Cat?
Humans have been cast into different personality types for ages and these are very specific for each individual. Cats, according to online research, are cast differently using breed, typical characteristics, and behavior—rather than personality. Cats, however, do have different personality types.