Andreea Mihai

Andreea Mihai
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Q&A: grads answer with artistic skill

Last week, UTM’s Blackwood Gallery opened its annual exhibition of UTM art and art history graduates’ talent. Frequently Answered Questions explores how art is...

Writing it on the walls

The Bradley Museum isn’t one of grand presence. It’s nestled among a row of houses in Mississauga and, from the outside, looks like any...

Onstage hullaballoo walks the plank

The opening of Theatre Erindale’s Comedy of Errors, written by William Shakespeare and directed by David Matheson, uses projections to create a world. Waves...

Panels, speakers, and more

On February 6, Student Life hosted the UTM Leadership Conference: Exploring the Power of Connections in the Innovation Complex rotunda. The conference featured workshops...

Snail mail sendoff with artistic liberty

Boxes of Valentine’s Day cards have filled the shelves of stores, harking back to a time before texting and email, when your only means...

Decolonize me: rewriting with film

Has the moment of decolonialism passed? Or is it still going on, bringing up questions of former colonists’ responsibility to reconcile some of the...

“Out of our shelters! Out of our lives!”

In 2005, Isabel Garcia took her two children and fled to Canada from Mexico to escape her abusive ex-husband. Garcia had made a refugee...

Finding the meaning of independence

Street riots. Revolutions. Parades. New flags. Independence.Maryam Jafri’s exhibit The Day After offers a comparative perspective of the decolonial moment in history, marking a...

Self-publishing: the road less travelled

Whether it’s writers taking part in the NaNoWriMo challenge or university students rushing to complete their final assignments, it’s clear that writing fills the...

Shattering the silence on an Indian tragedy

Last Wednesday, Ashok Vajpeyi, an award-winning Indian author, spoke about what motivated him and other writers to return their awards as a form of...

Low voter turnout for UTMSU election

Less than three percent of students voted in the by-elections for UTMSU’s board of directors.The election, results of which were released on October 5,...

Feminist Lunch Hour returns with new relevance

The annual Feminist Lunch Hour series held its first event this year, titled “Feminists: Endangered? Dangerous?” last TuesdayIn light of the recent online threats...
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