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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

More than halfway to the finish line

Springtime in university means different things to different people. For some, the warm weather teases us with the hint of summer coming along. For...

Investigating nature and technology

Canadian filmmaker Matthew Taylor Blais explores themes of self-discovery, nature, and fear in his first experimental narrative feature, Forest Movie. Hosted by the Cinema...

Halfway here, between everywhere

Halfway/Between is a two-part exhibition that features the work of 11 graduating students of the art and art history program. Currently on display at...

Let’s slam and chill: the EDSS edition

This past Friday, the English and Drama Studies Society (EDSS) threw their annual Slam & Chill event at the Blind Duck Pub. The evening was...

Paul and Anshita dance to the rhythm

Finding your rhythm and groove within a supportive dance community is an aim that Rhythm Performing Arts strives for. Whether it’s been teaching members...

Celebrating a launch

Volume five of the English and Drama Student Society’s undergraduate journal, With Caffeine and Careful Thought, celebrated the launch of its 2018/19 edition last...

Aladdin (1992)

If you thought your movie character crushes were bad, it probably does not beat my undying love for Aladdin. Thankfully, I love Princess Jasmine...

Hamlet (William Shakespeare)

As an English major, I have my favourites and my throwaways. I do dabble in Victorian literature. My bookshelf is lined up with Charlotte...

Making a woman’s world in Top Girls

Top Girls opened at the Erindale Theatre this past Thursday. Melee Hutton’s rendition of the show by Caryl Churchill played with the tensions between...

An infinite reflection of Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors introduces a new dimension to the experience of visiting an art exhibition. Infinity Mirrors allows you to immerse yourself completely...

When ordinary people do bad things

Married couple Bek and Tyler Allen share a macabre pursuit. As co-hosts of the popular crime podcast series The Minds of Madness, they research,...

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

My Neighbor Totoro (1988) is a Japanese animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, which explores nature, imagination, and childhood. The movie follows the...
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