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Monday, February 19, 2018

Figuring out the buzz

One question I’ve been wanting to ask Bad Buzz, a Toronto-based punk rock band, is whether or not they still get nervous after playing...

The Cultural Politics of English (Alastair Pennycook)

In WRI395, titled Re-languaging: Writing Across Cultures and Languages, the readings for the course explore the concept of how speakers perceive language and translation....

Everyone in Salem is watching you

In Massachusetts lies a town called Salem, well-known in pop culture for the infamous 17th century witch trials. The Crucible’s premier on January 19...

Deconstructing our sleeping patterns

The Art Museum at the U of T worked in collaboration with the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Canada to bring artists,...

Catching some Zs: Figures of Sleep

The opening reception of the Art Museum at U of T’s newest exhibit, Figures of Sleep, took place on January 25 at University College....

A paintbrush skirmish

Art Battle International hosted Art Battle Mississauga this past Wednesday, featuring twelve artists—ranging from professional and amateur in skill level. The event was an...

The Cine-Files

The Cine-Files is a weekly podcast hosted by Steve Morris and John Rocha. Morris is a filmmaker and directing instructor. Rocha is a voice-over...

Life after The Medium

Writing for TIFF, for some, is a journalistic milestone. For Nives Hajdin, this milestone is a reality. Hajdin currently works as TIFF’s editorial coordinator...

Titanic (1997)

The first time I saw Titanic, I was 17 years old and decided it was time to give in to all the hype. Always...

So you think you can write a one-act?

The UTM English and Drama Student Society’s most recent production, Festival of One Acts, showcased four plays all written, directed, and performed by UTM...

I’m not momma’s little girl any longer

Lady Bird (2017), from writer and the solo directorial debut of Greta Gerwig, is a grounded coming-of-age story that displays the turbulent transition from...

It’s time to talk and listen to the land

This past Friday, the Blackwood Gallery held a discussion panel at the Jackman Humanities Institute. The panel, “All Our Relations: The Art of Land...
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