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Friday, December 8, 2017

A meteoric rise to the top with J-Reyez

In the late 2000s, YouTube had taken off as a platform for sharing videos worldwide. During that time, without the support of record companies,...

Dior’s moment

Christian Dior was a man who made “women feel like women again” after the Second World War. His eponymous original exhibit unveiled at Toronto’s...

A bathtub is for spiritual cleansing

In Jewish tradition, the mikvah is a rite of passage primarily for women that involves a ceremonial bath. The qualification to partake in this...

Welcome to the Night Vale, Alice Isn’t Dead

From the creators of Welcome to the Night Vale, Alice Isn’t Dead is a serial fictional horror podcast with a unique premise. Our unnamed...

5 days of giving at UTM

In the last week of November, the Undergraduate Commerce Society hosted Five Days of Giving—an annual week-long charity event. In setting up the week’s...

Man in chair breaks the fourth wall

The Drowsy Chaperone is a delightful musical set in the 1920s, and is a parody of earlier musical comedies. The Victoria College Drama Society...

Can’t stop all that jazz

This past Monday, the Rhythm Performing Arts club held their biweekly dance workshop, where each class showcases a different dance style. Past workshops have...

Dancers getting up close and personal

At the Blackwood Gallery, Circo Zero performed “Turbulence”—a dance that combines improvisation and political theatre. The message of the dance is a “bodily reaction”...

Why did Charley really shoot himself?

Crime, drama, gossip, affairs—what more could you possibly want in a play? Trinity College Drama Society put on a humorous production of Neil Simon’s...

Have anxiety kits? Bring ‘em to tea time

The Sustenance Rite is the third circuit of the Blackwood Gallery’s Take Care. The exhibit’s message conveys ongoing ideas about self-care and help found...

Upping our music game

The UTM Music Club is a community on campus that offers students various musical opportunities. However, there is a noticeable absence of musical opportunities...

Doctor Faustus (Christopher Marlow)

Doctor Faustus, written by Christopher Marlow, is an Elizabethan tragedy. In the play, Faustus seeks to gain supernatural powers by summoning the devil Mephistophilis...
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