Lauren. IR major at UBC. I like poutine and avocados, baking and talking about politics, novels, and music-nerdy things. I tend to ridiculous dance when I'm in da club and practice piano/sing inappropriate songs when I should be studying. If you ever see a tall girl in brown leather boots walking five times faster than everyone else on campus, it's probably me. Please move.
If you like boring, pretty, wordless stuff, go here. It's where I express my inner art history nerd. I also don't talk there, which you might like better.here for a gouda time
Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.
I’m really glad you have your priorities sorted out, Alice
please stop sending me chain mail, it is 2013 and i have absolutely no need for this magnificently crafted armour
On December 6th, 1989, shortly before five ‘o’ clock and the end of classes before Christmas break, fourteen female engineering students were shot and killed at the École Polytechnique in Montreal, Quebec by a gunman who claimed he was “fighting feminism”.
The massacre stands as one of the most tragic hate crimes in Canadian history.
Today we remember:Geneviève Bergeron, aged 21;
Hélène Colgan, 23;
Nathalie Croteau, 23;
Barbara Daigneault, 22;
Anne-Marie Edward, 21;
Maud Haviernick, 29;
Barbara Maria Klucznik, 31;
Maryse Leclair, 23;
Annie St.-Arneault, 23;
Michèle Richard, 21;
Maryse Laganière, 25;
Anne-Marie Lemay, 22;
Sonia Pelletier, 28; and
Annie Turcotte, aged 21.(image credit: Sandy Kowalik)