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Colleen Munro

Colleen Munro
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Colleen is a recent graduate of UTM, majoring in English and PWC. After serving as Associate Arts & Entertainment Editor at The Medium for over two years, she is thrilled to now be leading the section. She is also a rabid list-maker, though she's more likely to be found ranking her favourite albums of the year than making any kind of practical to-do list. Personal heroes include Chuck Klosterman and Leslie Knope.

Rom-com clichés get a male-centric twist

 That Awkward Moment feels like a film that’s made to appeal to everyone, but ends up being so vague that it likely won’t truly...

Looking to the Blackwood’s future

The Blackwood Gallery recently welcomed Christine Shaw as its new director and curator, taking over from Christof Migone. Shaw will inevitably bring a new...

HBO searches for the meaning of young adult life

As if the HBO series Girls hasn’t already sparked enough discussion and critique from critics and TV fans alike of its depiction of the...

Warm songs for a cold winter night

Toronto’s cavernous Lee’s Palace perhaps seemed like a slightly odd choice of venue to host British folkster Johnny Flynn. The iconic comic book–inspired exterior...

Love in the time of technology

Spike Jonze is a director who likes to explore a fine line between reality and fantasy. His first film, 1999’s Being John Malkovich, found...

Embracing ’80s fun with The Wedding Singer

Entering Hart House Theatre for their latest production, The Wedding Singer, I noticed a piece of paper posted on the heavy wooden door at...

Hana Lulu | Keepsake

Looking at the cover of Keepsake, I didn’t see much. A few black symbols marked an otherwise plain white cover, bringing to mind the...

AGM explores digital-age art roles

The Art Gallery of Mississauga frequently brings in dynamic exhibitions from a variety of locales—both from local artists and from those who hail from...

Top 10 albums of 2013

The National Trouble Will Find Me This stately, gorgeous sixth album from the National once again validates the band’s growing legion of loyal fans. From the...

Bugg embraces his influences

Because of his youth and mop-topped hairdo, 19-year-old Jake Bugg could easily pass for a member of One Direction. However, after listening to the...

A fitting tribute to one of Canada’s trailblazers

An important figure in Canadian history, Doris Anderson proves a fitting subject for Theatre Erindale’s current season, titled “Uppity Women!”. Their latest production, Rebel...

Middle Eastern culture in the spotlight

Culture and community took centre stage at the Middle Eastern Students’ Association’s latest event, “A Night in the Middle East”, last Friday in the...

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