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Saturday, March 23, 2019

Three Sisters: giving Chekhov a youthful perspective

Theatre Erindale concludes their 2018- 2019 season with Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, directed by Jim Mezon. On the brink of their graduation from the...

Bande à part

Bande à part is a 1964 French drama and crime film. The French title is derived from faire bande à part which means “to...

Special Topics in Criminology: Drugs and the Modern World

SOC300 “Special Topics in Criminology: Drugs and the Modern World” examines how psychoactive drug production, trade, consumption, and regulation works in the modern world....

Gaga: Five Foot Two shows a vulnerable side of the star

If you’re familiar with Lady Gaga, you know this: she’s wildly entertaining, over-the-top dramatic, and most of all—a superstar. Even superstars have their weak moments...

Dear Evan Hansen reminds us that we all matter

The Tony Award Winning musical Dear Evan Hansen, written by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and Steven Levenson and directed by Michael Greif, has struck...

Combining environmental activism and fashion

On March 15, the UTMSU, Creatives For A Change, Zero Waste UTM, and Style & Profyle organized UTM’s first ever Trashion Show. The event...

Artist Review: The Rose Monarch

The Rose Monarch describes themselves as “a new female-fronted rock band with an eccentric and dark modern-rock sound.” The band consists of April Rose...

VCDS’ Mamma Mia! celebrates family and ABBA

Set on a Greek island paradise where the sun shines bright, Victoria College Drama Society presents a warm tale of love, friendship and self-discovery...

Schitt’s Creek: bringing hilarity and heart

As far as good shows to binge on Netflix goes, the latest show that everyone’s talking about is CBC’s Schitt’s Creek. Schitt’s Creek is...

Scarlit Slam: shining light on mental health

Last Wednesday, UTM’s ICCIT Council hosted their annual poetry night, Scarlit Slam. The event seeks to give students a platform to express their stress...

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner offers us a timeless look into late 1960’s American society, while examining prejudice and racism through the introduction of interracial...

The Time Machine

Have you ever wondered what the future has in store? Flying cars, artificial intelligence, cloning, a cure for uncurbable diseases, the list goes on....
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