Monday, March 30, 2009


Hello all friends and supporters of 7 Mondays -

We are very pleased to announce that student funding of 7 Mondays will continue!

Thank you for all of your support, and stay tuned for the 2008/2009 edition of 7 Mondays, coming out soon!

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Calling all students...

If you are a Mount Allison student, make sure to....


conversely, polling stations will also be open tomorrow.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Come to the Pub for Trivia! / Vote!

As the last pre-referendum event 7 Mondays is hosting, come out to the Pub tonight (the 24th) for some 7 Mondays-themed trivia! It gets underway at 10:30 pm. No admission, 19+. It will be snazzy, we swear.

This Thursday and Friday, make sure to get out and vote "yes" to 7 Mondays on the SAC referendum ballot. Polling stations will be at Jennings Meal Hall, the Wallace McCain Student Centre, and at the library.

From the Archives

From Vol 14, 2008

places unswept gather dirt
under fingernails grime builds with them
in places hidden and forgotten
filth flowers

windowpane holds universe
parallel universe in bathroom sink
wormholes in drainholes

i crept under and around with the silverfish

i tried to squeeze my body
into something filthy

- Sophie Woodrooffe

Sunday, March 22, 2009

pieces of 7 Mondays

august, halifax
From Volume 12, 2006

call mom in cheshire regarding:
and chairs.

call tom fun and get him to go


familiar backs and hair cuts receding into the complacent blend of side-
walk cracks, sunlight, and subsequent shadows.


my eyes follow the graffiti footprints
across the vertical plane of smooth concrete (imperfect with pores)
just cooling now from the blind gape of the sun

- Nathan Richards

Saturday, March 21, 2009

From 7 Mondays of Years Past

From Volume XII, 2007

The faint green ring, the high tide line
where the seaweed shows
the water where to stop.
From the flecks of
flung grass that stick to
frogs' backs, Dad's lawn-stained socks.
From cartwheel attempts,
staining knees and heels of hands
pounded into feet over barefoot mouths.
From lime green lime popsicle drips.
From the Luna moth in the bathroom window.
Firefly flash left on our hands.
- Rian Lougheed-Smith

Friday, March 20, 2009

World Poetry Day

For all the poetry lovers out there (and I suspect there might be some reading this blog) I thought it might be worth mentioning that Sackville is going to be celebrating World Poetry Day tomarrow (Saturday). The event kicks off at 2pm at the Bridge Street Cafe, where there will be poetry readings by people from all sorts of the different communities inside the town. Should be good!