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Adelaide Attard

Adelaide Attard

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An earnest end to Erindale’s season

 
Last Friday, the graduating class of the Theatre and Drama Studies program premiered Oscar Wilde’s most popular comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest. Patrick...

Student poets slam for mental health

 
Last Wednesday, UTM’s ICCIT Council hosted their second annual “ScarLit Slam.” The evening featured slam poetry that sought to raise awareness about mental health....

Big aspirations with few possibilities

 
It’s hard to believe there was ever a point in time where women lacked autonomy. They couldn’t choose their own career path, they couldn’t...

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...

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...

Transforming movement into art

 
What do flagged pages in books, infrared eye-tracking, and hand gestures all have in common? Artist Julien Prévieux’s exhibition at Blackwood Gallery, The Elements...

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...

A poetic “antidote” to the week’s end

 
I sit on the counter in room 312 of Erindale Hall. On Thursday nights, the room fills with poets from different backgrounds. We lounge...

Witnessing Rojas’ creative journey

 
Last Friday, VAM opened their doors for their current exhibition’s opening reception. Why do you create? is an interactive show that features both artwork...

So you think you can slam, UTM?

 
Last Thursday, The English and Drama Student Society hosted their second annual Slam and Chill event. Hosted at the Blind Duck Pub, students from...

Forming friendships through art

 
Last Wednesday, the Department of Visual Studies Student Society hosted their annual Postcard Pen Pal Project in the Student Centre’s Red Room. Last year’s...

Let’s do the time warp

 
Sparkly corsets, gold booty shorts, and high heels are all things any good rendition of The Rocky Horror Picture Show should have.Last Wednesday, I...

Downie brings us down a Secret Path

 
Between the early 1800s and 1996, over 150,000 Indigenous children in Canada were systematically taken from their families. They were sent away to residential...

Putting a new spin on classic plays

 
Making his first appearance as a director at Theatre Erindale, ted witzel is in the process of directing Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle....

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

 
Since its debut in 1975, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has remained a cultural phenomenon. This cult classic contains forward sexual content, as it’s...

Telling the tale

Karl Quimson: I got this tattoo during a time when I had a massive creative block. I decided one day that I needed to...

32 years later, The Hip end on high note

 
On August 20, The Tragically Hip stepped onto the stage at the Rogers K-Rock Center in Kingston, Ontario for their final concert. For many,...

The art that crosses oceans

 
Anna Yin is one of Mississauga’s legacies when it comes to literature and poetry. Born in China, Yin immigrated to Canada in 1999. The...

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

 
Warning: this review contains graphic content.A glass of milk, Beethoven, and a little bit of the old ultraviolence—A Clockwork Orange (1971) is the perfect...

He does it all: Ogude shows his colours

 
A second-year UTM student, Tobi Ogude is far from limited to academics. Some may recognize him from EDSS and UTMDC’s “Slam and Chill” poetry...

UTMSU claims refuted by admin

 
Claims from UTMSU that OPH lowered its prices following the opening of the union’s convenience store are being disputed by university administration.At the UTMSU...

Poetry not just for pros

 
Hosted by the English and Drama Student Society and the UTM Drama Club, UTM’s first slam poetry event this year was held at the...

Mississauga opens its doors to art

Rumi Gallery Adelaide AttardThe Rumi Gallery, located in Port Credit, is one of Mississauga’s hidden gems.The gallery sits in a residential area, in between an...

An earnest end to Erindale’s season

 
Last Friday, the graduating class of the Theatre and Drama Studies program premiered Oscar Wilde’s most popular comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest. Patrick...

Student poets slam for mental health

 
Last Wednesday, UTM’s ICCIT Council hosted their second annual “ScarLit Slam.” The evening featured slam poetry that sought to raise awareness about mental health....

Big aspirations with few possibilities

 
It’s hard to believe there was ever a point in time where women lacked autonomy. They couldn’t choose their own career path, they couldn’t...

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...

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...

Transforming movement into art

 
What do flagged pages in books, infrared eye-tracking, and hand gestures all have in common? Artist Julien Prévieux’s exhibition at Blackwood Gallery, The Elements...

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...

A poetic “antidote” to the week’s end

 
I sit on the counter in room 312 of Erindale Hall. On Thursday nights, the room fills with poets from different backgrounds. We lounge...

Witnessing Rojas’ creative journey

 
Last Friday, VAM opened their doors for their current exhibition’s opening reception. Why do you create? is an interactive show that features both artwork...

So you think you can slam, UTM?

 
Last Thursday, The English and Drama Student Society hosted their second annual Slam and Chill event. Hosted at the Blind Duck Pub, students from...

Forming friendships through art

 
Last Wednesday, the Department of Visual Studies Student Society hosted their annual Postcard Pen Pal Project in the Student Centre’s Red Room. Last year’s...

Let’s do the time warp

 
Sparkly corsets, gold booty shorts, and high heels are all things any good rendition of The Rocky Horror Picture Show should have.Last Wednesday, I...

Downie brings us down a Secret Path

 
Between the early 1800s and 1996, over 150,000 Indigenous children in Canada were systematically taken from their families. They were sent away to residential...

Putting a new spin on classic plays

 
Making his first appearance as a director at Theatre Erindale, ted witzel is in the process of directing Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle....

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

 
Since its debut in 1975, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has remained a cultural phenomenon. This cult classic contains forward sexual content, as it’s...

Telling the tale

Karl Quimson: I got this tattoo during a time when I had a massive creative block. I decided one day that I needed to...

32 years later, The Hip end on high note

 
On August 20, The Tragically Hip stepped onto the stage at the Rogers K-Rock Center in Kingston, Ontario for their final concert. For many,...

The art that crosses oceans

 
Anna Yin is one of Mississauga’s legacies when it comes to literature and poetry. Born in China, Yin immigrated to Canada in 1999. The...

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

 
Warning: this review contains graphic content.A glass of milk, Beethoven, and a little bit of the old ultraviolence—A Clockwork Orange (1971) is the perfect...

He does it all: Ogude shows his colours

 
A second-year UTM student, Tobi Ogude is far from limited to academics. Some may recognize him from EDSS and UTMDC’s “Slam and Chill” poetry...

UTMSU claims refuted by admin

 
Claims from UTMSU that OPH lowered its prices following the opening of the union’s convenience store are being disputed by university administration.At the UTMSU...

Poetry not just for pros

 
Hosted by the English and Drama Student Society and the UTM Drama Club, UTM’s first slam poetry event this year was held at the...

Mississauga opens its doors to art

Rumi Gallery Adelaide AttardThe Rumi Gallery, located in Port Credit, is one of Mississauga’s hidden gems.The gallery sits in a residential area, in between an...

A poetic “antidote” to the week’s end

 
I sit on the counter in room 312 of Erindale Hall. On Thursday nights, the room fills with poets from different backgrounds. We lounge...
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