Before I proceed, I will begin by stating that I am not, and never will be, a varsity athlete. I … Read More “The Acadia Aesthetic: An Age of Mass Generalizations and Subjugations”
Editor’s note: the views expressed in this article are solely the views of the individual. The Athenaeum is in complete … Read More “Why the Environmental Movement Has Been Hijacked”
With all the salacious news stories covering the United States’ elections, it is easy to forget that the Minister of … Read More “Budget 2016: A Growing Concern”
The millennial generation, the next generation to inherit the responsibility of taking care of the planet, faces the greatest challenges ever encountered by humankind. The collective advancement of humanity since our species arrival has led to our current predicament. Modern environmental destruction, biodiversity loss, social and political unrest, and wealth inequality are all issues that have been building up and unfolding for generations but now seem to plague our everyday lives.
The beer pours an amber brown, like contaminated water but much tastier. On the nose there are hints of light caramel, and a mild nutty/oaky kind of scent. The mouthfeel is standard and inoffensive, with some pesky bitterness poking its head through. There is a slight unpleasant sourness to the beer but I’m sure if I was much drunker I’d mind it less, like being at the Vil or watching live folk.
The road to happiness is the sloppiest piece of shit road I have ever been on, and that’s saying a … Read More “A Chronic Optimist’s Perspective on Happiness and Shaking Off Adversity”
“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.” That was a … Read More “An American in Turkey: A Cyclist’s Take on Donald Trump and His Views On Muslims”
There are posters up about an approaching campus contest that challenges us to go without smartphones for an entire 24 … Read More “Social Justice Warring”
Note from the Editor: Marcel Falkenham is the Director of Facilities at Acadia University. During his tenure here, the university … Read More “A Greener Acadia: A Look at the Sustainability Initiatives Around Campus”
It was March of 2014 when I first received the email from Residence Life. I remember having to irritably scroll … Read More “Letters to a Young RA: Why I’m Leaving Residence Life, and Why You Shouldn’t”