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Spicy, hearty vegetarian stir-fry

It’s November, again; almost December. It’s amazing how time flies. As Catherine and I continue our medical training, the time we have for posting on gourm(eh) is dramatically reduced, but the thought is always there, despite the fact it doesn’t add much to our blog. 257 more words

Recipe

An unwelcomed guest came into my heart...

Sadness.  Sad seems like too simple of a word to really encompass the pain that has filled my heart.  For someone who has been tumbling around in a never ending spiral of darkness for a couple years now, you would think that sadness and I would know each other well.  213 more words

PTSD

CSA: The Sophomore Year

Several years ago, I first heard the term “CSA.” I had a vague understanding that it involved deliveries of produce, but beyond that, I had no knowledge of what it involved, nor did I have a desire to find out. 2,448 more words

I Heart

Thanksgiving Prep and How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are

So Today marks my first day prepping for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because I get to see my family and get to bake and cook nonstop! 334 more words

No Rhyme or Reason to Gender Discrimination in Sport

By Danika Heighes – Thompson Rivers University 3L JD Student

Gender discrimination is rampant in sports. Men’s sports are better funded, have more lucrative prizes, greater broadcasting and a greater fan base than women’s sports. 703 more words

Jon Heshka

Hawkins Brown - CSA MULTISTORY Lecture

The ninth CSA MULTISTORY lecture (2014-15 series) was by David Bickle of Hawkins Brown.

Hawkins\Brown is a London based architectural practice formed in 1988 by Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown. 276 more words

Architecture