Linda Viduka, Absolute Comedy is Absolute Hilarity

Chris Hemond, Certifiably Funny

Christopher Carlin, The Responsibility of the Individual

Ryan Moore, Culture Jam

Adam Newlands, A Lack of  Egg-reement

Megan Laramee, The Winding Road

Scott Kennel, Nymphs

Chantel  Ings, A Fetal Feat

Thomas Gibbs, Sunset at the Summit of Panama

Sarah Macfarlane, What’s with the Long Face?

Alex Lambevski, Welcome to Macedonia Part One

Alex Lambevski, Welcome to Macedonia Part Two

Norman Soper, Hydro's Mask Lifted

Alex Davis, The Canadian Forces

Stephanie Furlan, Educating the Homophobes

Christopher Carlin, The SOHO Italia Controversy

Jenna Gordon, Hop On Board for a Blast Into the Past

Caitlin Morning, Discriminate Against Somebody Your Own Size

Alvin Tsang, Leaving Home

Darien Yawching Rickwood, Set Phasers to Read

Dear Reader,

Scrawls are often a marginal gloss, a layer over an existing work produced by an engagement with its ideas. Other scrawls are public: graffiti, engravings in school desktops, or signs supporting an idea or railing against it. No matter what the form, scrawls can lead to insightful things.

We present Scrawl, the end result of notes and scribbles. Though driven individually to create, collectively we produced an anthology of our reflections on society.

Inspired by our interests and experiences, we serve up a delicious buffet in answer to “what’s going on?”

Enjoy!

Chantel Ings                                 Adam Newlands

Co-Editor, Chantel Ings

Co-Editor, Adam Newlands

Special Features Editor, Christopher Carlin

Special Features Editor, Alex Davis 

Special Features Editor, Darien Yawching Rickwood

Visual Editor, Stephanie Furlan       

Visual Editor, Alex Lambevski

Copy Editor, Thomas Gibbs

Copy Editor, Megan Laramee

Copy Editor, Ryan Moore

Copy Editor, Linda Viduka

Column Editor, Caitlin Morning

Blogs Editor, Jenna Gordon

Blogs Editor, Chris Hemond

Review Editor, Scott Kennel

Review Editor, Sarah Macfarlane

Fiction Editor, Norman Soper    

Fiction Editor, Alvin Tsang  

Thursday
Apr142011

Absolute Comedy is Absolute Hilarity

By Linda Viduka

No dull dinner and a movie — Absolute Comedy Club will amend your nightlife.

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Wednesday
Apr132011

Certifiably Funny 

By Chris Hemond

Ned Vizzini’s novel is brought to life in the film It’s Kind of a Funny Story, starring Keir Gilchrist and Zach Galifiniakis.

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Tuesday
Apr122011

The Responsibility of the Individual

By Chris Carlin

Should the law or personal responsibility guide our moral compass? It's time to consider our duty to fellow humans.

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Monday
Apr112011

Culture Jam 


By Ryan Moore

As commercial messages brand brains like never before, the citizen artist strikes back!

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Sunday
Apr102011

A Lack of Egg-reement

By Adam Newlands

Living green is one thing, but backyard chickens are scratching up controversy in some urban areas.

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Saturday
Apr092011

The Winding Road 

By Megan Laramee

It’s nice to grow up with someone to lean on, someone to count on, someone to call a sibling.

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Friday
Apr082011

Nymphs

By Scott Kennel

It’s spring, recess and the breeze is warm; time for brothers to do what brothers do.

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Thursday
Apr072011

A Fetal Feat 

By Chantel Ings

At her birthday party, Heather learns that some sibling relationships begin in the womb.

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Wednesday
Apr062011

Sunset at the Summit of Panama

By Thomas Gibbs

A grueling climb to the top of Volcan Barú, Panama’s tallest peak, offers spectacular views.

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Tuesday
Apr052011

What’s with the Long Face?

By Sarah Macfarlane

Communicating with horses isn’t hard. Learn how what horses are really thinking.

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Monday
Apr042011

Welcome to Macedonia Part One

By Alex Lambevski

From moonshine to swindling Gypsies, Macedonia can be a strange place for a new face, but these tips can help you fit right in with the locals.

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Sunday
Apr032011

Welcome to Macedonia Part Two

By Alex Lambevski

You're well on your way to fitting in with the Macedonian locals, but there are still a few more things you need to know.

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Saturday
Apr022011

Hydro's Mask Lifted

By Norman Soper

A peek into Hydro One's dark side.

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Friday
Apr012011

The Canadian Forces

By Alex Davis

What it takes to be a recruit in the Canadian Forces.

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Thursday
Mar312011

Educating the Homophobes

By Stephanie Furlan

Taking a stand on LGBT issues.

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Wednesday
Mar302011

The SOHO Italia Controversy

By Chris Carlin

The proposed SOHO Italia building has some people fuming in Little Italy. What is behind this controversy?

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Tuesday
Mar292011

Hop On Board for a Blast Into the Past

By Jenna Gordon

Reflections on childhood through my grandparents' eyes. What is different and what stayed the same?

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Monday
Mar282011

Discriminate Against Somebody Your Own Size

By Caitlin Morning

Girls fight back to play guys' hockey.

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Sunday
Mar272011

Leaving Home

By Alvin Tsang

A Buddhist monk sheds light on what leaving home could mean.

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Saturday
Mar262011

Set Phasers to Read

By Darien Yawching Rickwood

How CAN-CON brought the book back to the sci-fi convention.

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