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Thursday, December 14, 2017

What’s on your mind?

At this point, it’s difficult to argue that Facebook hasn’t shaped our culture in some way. Not only have terms like “relationship status” and...

Just like a cirque

First it was the O’Keefe Centre in 1960, and then it became the more popularly known Hummingbird Centre in 1996. Now, after being closed...

Into the mind of a tyrant

“Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this sun of York.” This phrase has gone down in history as one...

Poetry—for everyone

Poetry has a pretty weak rep in today’s day and age. The average university student (or anyone, for that matter) doesn’t really care about...

Book review: War by Sebastian Junger

Sebastian Junger, bestselling author of The Perfect Storm, produced another enthralling blend of journalism and storytelling in his latest bestseller, War. He expands upon...

No more boring art

From September 11 to November 28, the Blackwood Gallery will be home to a portion of Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada: 1965-1980, which includes...

Offbeat food finds

This week’s dish is recommended by Mark Overton, the UTM Dean of Student Affairs and a lover of small family-run joints that cook authentic...

Albums of the week

Hurley - WeezerAfter a low point in their career, Weezer offers hope for fans with an unlikely album.Pop-punk mainstays Weezer saw more than a...

Extra TIFF coverage: Ben Affleck’s The Town

Chaos. That’s how I would describe the red-carpet world premiere of The Town, Ben Affleck’s second directorial venture, at the Toronto International Film Festival...

Farewell, TIFF

As the Toronto International Film Festival made its dazzling debut less than two weeks ago, so too did it make its regrettable departure. Yesterday’s...

Becoming an original guido

From fist-pumping guidos to crazy guidettes, the party never stops at the Jersey Shore—or, in this season, Miami Beach. With catchy words like “chode”,...

Conceptual art on campus

Yesterday afternoon, the Blackwood Gallery hosted its opening reception of Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965-1980, a tri-campus exhibition showcasing some of the world’s...
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