Hobbies in Times of COVID: Anson

Interview by Alice Fang Tell us about your journey with piano? “Like most Asian children, I started playing when I was 4 years old. I’ve been taking piano lessons ever since and only had to stop due to COVID. ” Because you are so passionate and talented in piano, why haven’t you considered a carrier in it? I have always considered piano as a hobby; … Continue reading Hobbies in Times of COVID: Anson

Fashion Weeks During COVID-19: A Rundown of Quarantine Fashion

By Jennifer Liu Scrolling through my stories, I noticed recurrent events on several fashion influencers’ accounts. From German blogger Leonie Hanne (@leoniehanne) to philanthropist Heart Evangelista (@iamheart) and socialite Willabelle Ong (@willamazing), the fashion world is welcoming another of its fashion week season, albeit virtually. Despite the precarious pandemic situation, it seems that major fashion houses are dedicated to showcasing their hard work of the … Continue reading Fashion Weeks During COVID-19: A Rundown of Quarantine Fashion

Getting to Know our President

By Alice Fang Before the start of the semester Fall 2020, Humans of Marianopolis interviewed the current president of the MSU, Laurence Liang, about his visions and projects. 1) What is the main project that you want to accomplish, while you are in the congress, that will benefit the student life at Marianopolis? “There are many projects that I want to accomplish with the main … Continue reading Getting to Know our President

This Year’s Nobel Prize Winners’ Brief

By Caroline Sun Introduction Each year, the Nobel Prizes are distributed to their winners on December 10th—the same date on which Alfred Nobel died in 1896—during the Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies, hosted in Stockholm and Oslo. The winners are announced in October and the prizes are usually handed to them during the ceremony. This year though, in the context of Covid-19, some of the events … Continue reading This Year’s Nobel Prize Winners’ Brief

When I Wake Up from This Dream

By Emma Westenberg Afterthoughts, post pandemic: Connecting with others playing sports (soccer…) Indeed, connections are easily built without any conversation needed. Passing the ball around the field and scoring together links people together like magicy. Teammates bond quickly. After the game, speaking to strangers is very interesting. During the match, I form an image of their daily lives simply by judging their style of play. … Continue reading When I Wake Up from This Dream

How the Pandemic is Affecting Small Businesses Across Montreal

By Amber North As the current pandemic continues to unfold, it is only to be expected for all aspects of society to be affected one way or another. But I still was shocked when I found out that Le Chateau and Bar B Barn downtown, the closest one to my house as well as my sister’s favourite restaurant, would be shutting down due to either … Continue reading How the Pandemic is Affecting Small Businesses Across Montreal