The new Mulan remake does not include Li Shang

Disney’s Mulan follows the main character Fa Mulan as she disguises herself as a man, Ping, to take her father’s place in...

The 2020 adaptation of Emma is smart and funny

“Handsome, clever and rich.” Just like the beloved novel it is based on, Emma (2020) opens with a title card with the...

Re-configuring socialization in quarantine

Social distancing and self-quarantine may not be what many expected for 2020. People are advised to keep their distance from others and...

Not Really Radio: My Favorite Murder

Have you ever found yourself fascinated with solving a murder? Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark have. From grizzly to mysterious to just...

Instagram is helping us isolate, together

Spring weather shimmers outside, but aside from a brisk walk, you can’t go anywhere or see anyone. Classes are online; convocations are...

Christina Nguyen on mending broken relationships through writing

Navigating cultural differences can be hard as UTM student Christina Nguyen chronicles in her first novel, Under the Rug, set to be...

Women writers and their pen names

“Literature cannot be the business of a woman's life, and it ought not to be.” After Charlotte Brontë sent her...

Riz Ahmed’s new album explores self-identity

What is it like being Brown and Muslim, and living in a country that does not want you? Emmy award winning actor...

Not Really Radio: Too Tired To Be Crazy

Violet Benson’s Too Tired To Be Crazy is a podcast which features guests who talk about relationships, personal growth experiences, health, and other interesting...

Movies to Watch Under Quarantine

COVID-19 is very real. Our academic year has ended with physical classes being cancelled and everything in disarray. None of us really know what...

Lost Girls remembers society’s forgotten women

A young woman runs along a desolate sideroad, arms flailing, knees buckling. Her world would be pitch black if not for the headlights creeping...

Iconic female characters in film

Throughout the history of cinema, Hollywood has never been short of iconic female characters. There have been countless female characters whose significant contributions to...
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