What 16 Days on a Bus With My Dad Taught Me About Life and Loss

Published online for Father’s Day at FLARE.com and in print for FLARE‘s September issue. Last year, my family of three boarded the plane to India, but only two of us needed tickets. My dad’s blue backpack contained our passports, an unlocked cell phone, and my mother’s ashes. My mum never really talked about the possibility of her […]

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Why ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ is a Lot More Than ‘India’s First Female Buddy Comedy’ Film

Appeared online on Brown Girl Magazine on Sept. 23, 2015.  The streets were lined with orange barricades, celebrity sightings were viral and plentiful, and lines of ticket holders hugged the sides of the movie theater, waiting eagerly for the doors to open and the show to begin. This was the Toronto International Film Festival and on […]

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Ryersonian: Ryerson feels the power of K-Pop

Appeared in print and online for the Ryersonian, Sept. 19, 2012 Korean pop singer Park Jae-Sang, better known as Psy, is YouTube’s latest international sensation, and on campus, Ryerson University’s Korean Students Association is enjoying its own Gangnam-style popularity. This year RUKSA members showcased their club at the orientation week campus groups fair to the tune […]

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