In the Wake of #MeToo

This piece was previously written for Convergence Magazine. What the Canadian media industry will be doing to keep up with modern social demands By O’Niel Barrington Blair Before the allegations against high profile provincial and federal politicians, musicians and entertainers, #MeToo was the cry heard from people in the film industry. It was a movement … Continue reading In the Wake of #MeToo

Sometime’s its okay to cheat

This piece was previously written for Sweat Magazine. THE FOODS FUELING ATHLETES’ DESIRES AND NOT THEIR ATHLETIC AMBITIONS BY: O’NIEL BARRINGTON BLAIR Meet Kenny Ejim, a basketball player for the Humber Hawks. Ejim’s been cheating for a while now. He knows he shouldn’t but everything in moderation, right? Whenever he feels the moment is right … Continue reading Sometime’s its okay to cheat

Chiptune Bringing Nostalgia to Millennials

BY: O’Niel Barrington Blair Play it loud! This slogan was used by Japanese video game company Nintendo in 1995 for the release of the Game Boy. Although the device was made with gaming in mind this small device sparked a musical movement. Chiptune, the process of creating musical beats with older video game equipment, has … Continue reading Chiptune Bringing Nostalgia to Millennials

Mother, Wife, Author and Professor

BY: O’Niel Barrington Blair Yes Or Nope is the third book released by author Meaghan Strimas. With juggling work, poetry and family Strimas said shes always busy but happy with her fast paced life. Strimas teaches writing at Humber College. She is married to Nathan Whitlock, a fellow author, who she has a son with. Poems … Continue reading Mother, Wife, Author and Professor