Book recommendations to cure your boredom

Are you someone who never has time to read for pleasure, but now has infinite pandemic time? This is the list for you!

Susan Ksiezopolski on the power of writing in communities

Writing can often be a personal and individual experience, but award-winning writer Susan Ksiezopolski recently spoke to UTM’s Professional Writing and Communication program on...

The Hunt: The film Donald Trump doesn’t want you to see

President Donald Trump called it racist; major TV networks stopped showing it; the filmmakers received death threats; and just eleven days later, Universal Studios...

Students offer a night of rebellion at the 2020 Trashion Show

The second annual Trashion Show was held on March 10 in the Kaneff Rotunda. The event was hosted by Creatives For a Change,...

River Blue showcases the dark side of fashion

Last Wednesday, The STTPA (Sustainability: Transdisciplinary Theory, Practice, and Action) Program screened the multiple award-winning documentary River Blue for UTM’s sustainability week. Students gathered...

Hamilton makes its long-awaited debut in Toronto

Over two thousand Toronto theatre fans crowd around the Victoria Street and the Young Street entrance to the Ed Mirvish Theatre, chatting excitedly and...

The Bachelor and cheating

ABC’s The Bachelor is a reality dating television show. The premise follows a bachelor as he ventures into the dating world with a selected...

Rewind: Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Eyes Wide Shut is an enigma. It’s not quite erotica, it’s not quite thriller. It hit theatres in July, but...

Paris is Burning explores drag culture

Last Tuesday, Hart House Social Justice Committee hosted a film screening of Paris is Burning. Seen as one of the most important and relevant documentaries...

Play review: Oh, What a Lovely War!

Hart House Theatre’s fifth and final production of their 2019/2020 season was Oh, What a Lovely War, directed by Autumn Smith. The play depicted a...

Coronavirus effects on entertainment

The coronavirus outbreak—now named COVID-19—has filled the new year with despair. Just entering the third month of 2020, the virus had 93,090 confirmed cases...

UTM student filmmakers shine at film fest

On February 28, UTMSU held its annual film festival. The event featured student filmmakers who screened their short films to an audience of students...
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