A More International, Sophisticated Perspective Needed Online

Cynthia Cheng Many blogs don’t seem to have an international perspective.  These sites, usually run by people who’re multigenerational, don’t seem to understand those who are children or grandchildren of immigrants.  Whenever non-multigeneration people posts something that multigenerationers feel is incorrect, there seems to be a reason to “correct” them.  It’s as if old culture influences is not […]

Masked at the GenNext Rouge Fundraiser

T.U. Dawood The United Way and its youth division GenNext held its annual Rouge fundraiser on Saturday, November 14 to great success.  Held at One King West, the sold out Masquerade Gala drew a crowd of twenty and thirty-somethings set to enjoy the red-hot music and people-watching. This is the seventh year of Rouge and all 800 […]

Smut Soiree with Lainey Gossip!

The Society Toronto once again put on an amazing event last week. Elaine Lui of Laney Gossip flew all the way to Toronto from Vancouver to dish dirt on celebrities with over 100 guests! Along with its celebrity theme was the hilarious group of “fans” that greeted guest when they arrived at the venue. Screams […]

Gossiping: Can Make or Break Your Career

Eloise Paul Once we exit the realm of post secondary life and move into our careers.  We take with us many of the soft skills learned in school.  We are encouraged to enjoy teamwork and creating relationships.  What we are not prepared for is the harm that can be caused by water cooler gossip.  It […]