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Nude photography tips that will save your behind

Nude photography tips that will save your behind

Nude photography is one of the most beautiful and expressive forms of visual media — when done tastefully. My journey with shooting nudes began over three years ago. I started small with a friend who wanted to gift her boyfriend with a scandy calendar. We rented out a hotel room for four hours and went to town. From there, I’ve […]

by Emi Zibaei· · 2 comments · Arts, Arts and Life ·
Photo by Victoria Panacci

Asking questions is as important as answering them when it comes to job interviews

As the summer months approach, many students are finding themselves scheduling job interview after job interview, in hopes of finding either summer or post-graduate employment. As much as we are trained in high school and even university to sell ourselves in job interviews, there are times when we are face-to-face with a future employer and we just draw a blank. […]

by Bethany Bowles· · 0 comments · Arts and Life, Life ·
Photo by Qiao Liu

What in collaboration? How to maneuver the dreaded task

By far, the two scariest words in the English language are “group project.” The excuse I was always given in high school for making these collaborative nightmares mandatory was that it would give us preparation for the “real world” of employment, where we’d have to work with other people to reach a collective goal. That’s pretty difficult to see when […]

by Madeline McInnis· · 0 comments · Arts and Life, Life ·
Photo by Luke Sarazin

The Roll Joint, a student-founded restaurant caters to K-W’s weekend crowd

Moving away from home for university can be exciting, however there seems to always be something missing — whether that be familiar faces, or familiar foods. Such is the exact motivation behind the creation of The Roll Joint – a new, student run restaurant that operates on Friday and Saturday nights from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. “It was last […]

by Manjot Bhullar· · 0 comments · Arts and Life, Food ·
Photo by Emi Zibaei

Urban Bricks Pizza aims to combine Neapolitan pizzas with the fast-paced university culture

As per the evident four year-or-so turnover for K-W’s restaurant and nightlife scene, this month we welcome Urban Bricks Pizza, which now stands in place of the forgettable Heaven Gastro Club on University Ave. Walking inside the pizza joint, the affluence that the American chain was bringing to compete with existing pizzerias was evident. The inside was equipped with a […]

by Manjot Bhullar· · 0 comments · Arts and Life, Food, Life ·
Photo by Qiao Liu

Feminist poetry slam emphasizes the importance of an inclusive agenda

“Understand that the poets are giving all that they’ve got. There’s going to be blood, but that’s okay,” Samantha Estoesta, University of Waterloo alumna and former executive director of LSPRIG, said on March 6 during a poetry slam at the University of Waterloo’s pub, The Bombshelter. “Spoken word, as a medium, is meant to be very community orientated. It’s very […]

by Shyenne MacDonald· · 0 comments · Arts and Life ·