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Body and Language

It’s amazing the things that stick with you your whole life. There’s the big stuff. Birthdays, graduations, proms, weddings. Those monumental occasions in your life that you know you’ll never forget. There are childhood friends you haven’t seen in years, your … Continue reading

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Home is where the ________ is

Home is a concept I have struggled with over the past couple years.  Moving away from Brampton, the only place I had ever called home for the first eighteen years of my life and starting over in Toronto was a … Continue reading

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Confessions of an RTA Student: My First Weeks in RTA

The day I moved to Toronto it rained. I’m not talking a slight drizzle, I’m talking cats and dogs, Rihanna’s Umbrella music video, The Notebook kissing scene-pouring rain. This provided a perfect example of pathetic fallacy (shout out to the … Continue reading

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What you really learn in drama class

I went to an arts school for drama. Everyday for four years I went to drama class and spent 74 minutes with the most interesting group of people I have ever met. You’d assume I left highschool with a deep … Continue reading

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+ Positivity

Lately I have finding myself in a bit of a rut. Stress is wreaking havoc on my life and sometimes, honestly, I feel like the stress may never end. In short, I have been pretty negative. I consider myself to … Continue reading

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How acting classes changed my life.

This is an essay I wrote a few years back. Though my dreams have changed, the impact these classes had on me stayed the same. Ever since I was young, I have wanted to be an actress. I would watch … Continue reading

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Not so Insignificant

Today I learned of the passing of my elementary school crossing guard. Although I graduated nearly 6 years ago, I still remember what a lovely man he was. I used to work in the office and he’d come in each … Continue reading

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