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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Kathleen Chavez

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    A brutal tale of revenge

    I stepped out of the National Theatre in a state of numb horror. I was without words. Usually I come out of a theatre...

    Pressure on the International Centre

    UTM’s International Centre recently updated their services to comply with Bill C-35, which allows only authorized representatives from Citizenship and Immigration Canada to give...

    Double-crossed at the Blackwood

    The Blackwood Gallery is currently holding the first of two art and art history graduate exhibitions together called “Double Crossing”. The first exhibition held...

    Student art finds an unexpected home

    The third floor of the CCT Building, with its narrow corridors and squeaky floors, might be the second-last place you’d expect to see an...

    Art, henna, and music at South Asia Day

    Being on a campus with such diversity affords us great opportunities to learn about the customs and histories of other cultures, or to celebrate...

    Blackwood offers an earful of art

    You find yourself huddled around a campfire with friends, singing songs to drown out the mysterious whispers of the surrounding night. That’s the feeling...

    Artistic expression

    Students flocked to the art sale held by UTM’s Department of Visual Studies Student Society. Art of many different media, including painting, prints, photography,...

    A brutal tale of revenge

    I stepped out of the National Theatre in a state of numb horror. I was without words. Usually I come out of a theatre...

    Pressure on the International Centre

    UTM’s International Centre recently updated their services to comply with Bill C-35, which allows only authorized representatives from Citizenship and Immigration Canada to give...

    Double-crossed at the Blackwood

    The Blackwood Gallery is currently holding the first of two art and art history graduate exhibitions together called “Double Crossing”. The first exhibition held...

    Student art finds an unexpected home

    The third floor of the CCT Building, with its narrow corridors and squeaky floors, might be the second-last place you’d expect to see an...

    Art, henna, and music at South Asia Day

    Being on a campus with such diversity affords us great opportunities to learn about the customs and histories of other cultures, or to celebrate...

    Blackwood offers an earful of art

    You find yourself huddled around a campfire with friends, singing songs to drown out the mysterious whispers of the surrounding night. That’s the feeling...

    Artistic expression

    Students flocked to the art sale held by UTM’s Department of Visual Studies Student Society. Art of many different media, including painting, prints, photography,...
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