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Monday, February 20, 2017

UTM embraces its rich cultural diversity

 
Last week, UTMSU hosted Cultural Fest, an extended event dedicated to UTM’s diversity. During the week, students were given the opportunity to display their...

Horror meets harmony

 
What happens when you combine music with horror?I asked myself this question when I first heard the title of Hart House’s latest production, Carrie:...

Indian Horse (Richard Wagamese)

 
In 1990, Richard Wagamese won the National Newspaper Award for Column Writing, the first Native Canadian to earn this award. Wagamese’s success continued to...

The Bugle

 
The Bugle is a political satire and comedy podcast hosted by Andy Zaltzman. It was co-founded by John Oliver and Zaltzman, though Oliver has...

Peeling labels and shattering illusions

 
The Trinity College Dramatic Society premiered Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? last Thursday. Written by Edward Albee in 1962, the play is an absurd,...

The xx come back with raw musicality

 
On January 13, The xx broke their five-year silence with the release of their third album, I See You. You might already be familiar...

Surfacing hidden depths with music

 
If you’re a horror fan, Carrie has probably come on your radar at some point, whether you’ve read the book or seen the films....

Local artists comment on global issues

 
Last Thursday, Visual Arts Mississauga hosted its 39th Annual Juried Show of Fine Arts at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. There were 201 submissions...

Gloom replaced by comedy

 
Back in 2004, Lemony Snicket’s critically-acclaimed children’s books, A Series of Unfortunate Events, finally got the big screen attention it deserved. With A-list actors...

Le Samouraï (1967)

 
The opening scene of Le Samouraï immediately establishes a bleak Parisian setting. The opening credits fade in and out, superimposed on the scene of...

Writing Excuses

 
When an author develops a fictitious world, coming up with ideas can seem like an impossible task. Writing involves an endless amount of editing...

Uniting geology and art

 
The Earth has passed through the Holocene epoch, the Quaternary period, the Cenozoic era, and the Phanerozoic era. Currently, we exist in the Anthropocene—a...
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