Cafe Nostalgica

“For me, songwriting is a therapy. Personally I deal with a lot of mental health issues, one of the major ones being depression, another one being insomnia, so I have a lot of songs that actually get inspiration from those dark feelings.”

Curious Creatures is Studio LaMouche’s latest exhibit, and includes graphic drawings and prints that use an abstract take on anatomy. Lucie B’s pieces in the show are part of her ongoing “Fly” collection, which includes black-and-white prints of the insect taking part in human activities—in one drawing he is playing a guitar, in another wearing a suit.

Tim Hortons. Starbucks. Café Alt. Première Moisson. All of these establishments sell coffee on campus. But which joint serves up the best cup of joe?

Reading series returns to Café Nostalgica after five-month hiatus Photo by Marta Kierkus Blue Mondays are back with the full-fledged return of Café Nostalgica. The Undergraduate English Students’ Association (UESA) reading series features an open mic for local poets, writers, and musicians, as well as featured performers on the third Monday of every month at …

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