Every day, I walk to university. I see many of my kind, heads down against the wind, squinting into the sun checking for traffic and shifting anxiously, waiting for the College Drive crosswalk light to turn. Lately, however, we have faced a new enemy on our daily jaunts. I see my comrades’ eyes glued to the
A barrage of snowballs fall around me like a meteor shower as I scramble behind a wall of ice. Clenching two snowballs in my trembling hands, I see steam escaping from the frozen river beyond my cover.
During Canadian winters, outdoor team sports are pretty much reduced to shinny, but the introduction of the Japanese sport yukigassen could change that.