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Monday, November 19, 2018

Marty (1955)

From the opening scene of Marty (1955) to the closing credits, you can’t help but sympathize with the titular character.  Directed by Delbert Mann...

Turning passion into creative careers

On Wednesday, November 14, UTM Creatives for a Change hosted their annual event, Careers in Creativity, at the Blind Duck Pub. Speakers from creative...

Trifles: bringing new relevance to a classic

This past weekend on November 16 and 17, UTM’s English and Drama Student Society presented Trifles in the MiST Studio Theatre, a production described...

Q&A with writing industry professionals

On November 16th, the Writer’s Career Panel was hosted in UTM’s Spigel Hall to provide students with the opportunity to learn from professionals in...

Paint Battle: brushing past the competition

A Paint Battle was held last Wednesday evening at the Student Centre, hosted by the Department of Visual Studies student society in collaboration with...

Not so fantastic beasts

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the sequel to a prequel that no die-hard Harry Potter fans asked for. Two years after the...

The College Info Geek

The College Info Geek is a weekly podcast that offers practical advice for students about studying, managing your finances, and tips on being an...

Most famous haunted house

“No live organism can continue to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality. Even larks and katydids are supposed by some to dream. Hill...

Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon is a Sidney Lumet melodrama that draws from the true story of an unsuccessful robbery that took place in Brooklyn, 1972....

Jazz night with the Artistic Resource Team

On November 8, the Artistic Resource Team (ART) held a Jazz Night Coffee House. ART is a residence-based club that encourages artistic initiatives among...

Henry IV: the king finds his stride

Theatre Erindale kicked off their studio series with Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2. Directed by James Wallis, the show launches the third-year...

Female ensemble of The Penelopiad shines

On Friday evening, Hart House Theatre held the opening production of The Penelopiad, directed by Michelle Langille, and adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novella. The...
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