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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Talking dance with Kelsey Mooney

As undergraduate students, some of our biggest accomplishments can range anywhere from maintaining the right GPA, to balancing our social lives with excessive studying....

Evaluating the Oscars

This year, as always, there were a wide range of films that were nominated for several categories at the Academy Awards that become increasingly...

Nothing Happens, Everything Happens

For fourth-year CCIT and professional writing student Alison Ross, writing personal narratives are not without its own share of struggles. Her upcoming book Nothing...

She leads a conference for her school

Her Campus, at the University of Toronto, is an online publication that aims to empower the female student demographic through conferences and editorials concerning...

Problems beyond the 6 by 8 jail cell

If you’ve been in the CCT building on campus anytime between early February and now, you’ve probably noticed the makeshift tent installations of Mississauga-based...

I’ve done a thousand dreadful things

Titus Adronicus, directed by James Wallis, is Hart House Theatre’s last production for the season. Written by Shakespeare around 1588, this play is said...

Of our self-destruction

Alex Garland’s Annihilation is more than just a sci-fi horror film. It visualizes inner conflict and self-confrontation in a unique way. This spoiler review...

Psycho (1960)

Psycho (1960) is a classic psychological horror film whose screenplay, written by Joseph Stefano, is loosely-based on a novel of the same name authored...

Jugal, Raj, and Joginder are in a bind

There are three things that lots of great films must encompass in order to be diversely unique: political turmoil, eloquent cinematography, and a slew...

The importance of freeing the press

Steven Spielberg’s exhilarating new film The Post is based on true events surrounding the historic protection of freedom of the press following an American...

Consent: It’s really, really important

Paul Downs Colaizzo’s Really Really opened at the MiST Theatre this past Thursday. The play, which is directed by Michael Bradley, focuses on issues...

Wishing you long and sweet dreams

Figures of Sleep, an international exhibition at the U of T Art Museum, sets out to provide a visual representation of how the idea...
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