Celebrating literature at the Festival of Authors

As a busy student, choosing a book to read in your free time can be a novel task. The Toronto International Festival of Authors...

V.T. Nayani discusses colourism and colonialism

Last Thursday, V.T. Nayani’s first feature film, Shade-ism: digging deeper, screened in The MiST Theatre at UTM. The film discussed issues of colorism within specific...

From antagonist to protagonist in film

Heroes and villains are archetypal characters in nearly all fairy-tale, adventure, and action stories. Audiences are persuaded to cheer on the protagonists and dislike the...

Understanding the history of hip-hop

Brampton born hip-hop artist, Noyz, facilitated a Hip-Hop 101 Café at Oscar Peterson Hall on October 22. The session was the second of...

Talking Walls: The becoming of students

To celebrate Hart House’s 100th anniversary, Talking Walls is an exhibit that integrates interactive spaces in the hallways of the famed student centre for...

Leads of The Glove Thief talk shop

Last Thursday, Beth Flintoff’s The Glove Thief opened at UTM’s Erindale Theatre. Directed by Meredith Scott, the show takes audiences back to 1589...

Get your scare on with this spooky to-do list

As October begins, the inevitable spooky season is upon us. Leaves change colour and fall to the ground, the air becomes crisp, and...

Early Rubens: Baroque from Antwerp to Toronto

The exhibition Early Rubens, which displays the earlier works of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), runs at the Art Gallery of Ontario from October...

Dubrow on print culture in South Asia

Jennifer Dubrow, an associate professor in the Department of South Asian Civilizations at University of Washington, came to UTM last Monday to talk about her...

A Streetcar Named Desire pulls up at the theatre

The theatre is plunged in total darkness. Garbled conversations, blaring car horns, rumbling engines, echoing footsteps. The sounds of the streets bring the room...

Joker blurs the line between joy & sadness

Todd Phillips’ Joker has been the talk of the town for a while now. In fact, if you have been on the internet lately,...

It All Makes Sense: Identity in a modern world

Under a haze of red muted light, Kidlat Tahimik’s 1977 cult film Perfumed Nightmare plays on repeat from a projector. Between the four...
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