Wednesday, December 2, 2020

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.

A Fine Frenzy | Pines

The jacket art of A Fine Frenzy’s most recent album, 2012’s Pines, is admittedly striking, if not particularly original. Swaddled in a blanket and...

Love in the time of Shakespeare

As if love weren’t already complicated enough, Shakespeare decided to add another element to it in his comedic romance Twelfth Night, an element that...

The art of the movie soundtrack

It’s tricky to do a movie soundtracks well. How many movies have you watched that simply throw out a slew of the latest Top...

Hart House preps to take on the Bard

Whether you’re a Shakespeare aficionado or you’ve only seen the (very loose) Amanda Bynes film adaptation, She’s the Man, you probably at least know...

UMC hosts night of musical diversity

After a busy year of performance nights and projects like the Original Chords album, the UTM Music Club is celebrating UTM’s music community as enthusiastically as ever this year....

Preparing for a month of madness

The term “NaNoWriMo” may sound like gibberish to you, but for many eager writers, the word is full of possibility and possible frustration. National Novel-Writing...

The bold new world of Arcade Fire

Last week, after months of promotion, the latest album from Canadian darlings Arcade Fire, Reflektor, suffered the same fate as many records nowadays—it was...

Rush offers white-knuckle dramatic thrills

Hollywood has seen more than its fair share of sports movies. From Rocky, Remember the Titans, and Blades of Glory, most audience members know...

Eclecticism and democracy do Canadian rockers well

More than 20 years into their career, Sloan is in a unique position. To start with, all four members of the band are still...

Southern rock meets radio pop

In 2009, it was almost impossible to turn on the radio without encountering either “Sex on Fire” or “Use Somebody” by Kings of Leon....

JFL42 offers festivalgoers a variety of laughs

I think we’ve all experienced firsthand how subjective comedy can be. For example, maybe you once whipped out your phone to show someone a...

UTM grads take the stage in Hart House Theatre’s Bone Cage

Dirge-like organ music fills the cavernous Hart House Theatre as the audience slowly trickles in and searches for their seats. On the stage, a...

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