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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Goodbye Honolulu on their new album

Toronto band Goodbye Honolulu defies any fixed genre, though critics have tossed around “slasher rock,” “garage” or “indie.”After the band released their newest single,...

How to reclaim Toronto’s origins

 
Last Tuesday, Susan Blight delivered Hart House’s annual Hancock Lecture, titled “Land and Life in Tkaronto: New Solidarities Toward a Decolonial Future.” Blight is...

Artists create meaning through media

 
With the rise of the digital age, younger generations have an increasing number of platforms and outlets to express themselves. In turn, emerging artists...

U of T Drama Fest celebrates 25 years

Hailey Mason This year marks the 25th anniversary of the U of T Drama Festival. From February 9 to 11, Hart House Theatre and the...

Surviving with fiction

 
“One must need fiction… Fiction is a place for the emergence of certain facts.”Thus, Walid Raad concluded his talk, “How Can Fiction Replace Reality?”...

Dead Poets Society (1989)

 
One of Robin Williams’ most memorable performances is his role as John Keating in Dead Poets Society. Directed by Peter Weir, the film explores...

The Book of Negros (Lawrence Hill)

 
The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill is based on a historical document kept by the British naval officers during the American Revolution. The...

When Internet dating goes wrong

 
Internet dating websites and apps have become a popular and successful way to meet people. But as exciting as this new method of dating...

Female-focused Hamlet offers unique, dualistic perspective

 
As part of Theatre Erindale’s Studio Series, members of the Theatre and Drama Studies program premiered Hamlet in Deerfield Hall on February 2. The...

Now that’s what I call feminism

 
A whirlwind of controversy arises in Henrik Ibsen’s infamous script, Hedda Gabler. In 1891, the year of the play’s release, Ibsen’s ground-breaking script was...

Capturing the last 50 years of campus

 
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. In September 1967, Erindale College welcomed its first generation of students...

Toronto’s tortured artist

 
If you listened hard enough, you could almost hear the prose of Gwendolyn MacEwen ringing between the brick houses on the streets of Toronto.Theatre...
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