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So, you think you know how to cosplay?

Cosplaying is the art of dressing up as a character from a movie, TV show, anime, video game, or another source of entertainment. Given...

Style and Profyle catwalks for charity

Bright colours, high energy, and talent. These are just some of the words I would use to describe “Around the World,” an annual charity...

UTM embraces its rich cultural diversity

Last week, UTMSU hosted Cultural Fest, an extended event dedicated to UTM’s diversity. During the week, students were given the opportunity to display their...

New year, new sound

Childish Gambino, also known as Donald Glover, is back with another hit album. His highly anticipated album Awaken, My Love! was released on December...

Burn the Witch: Troubadours go to trial

The Crucible, written by famed American playwright Arthur Miller in 1953, presents significant themes, such as lies and deceit, good versus evil, and the...

Bringing back the Broadway classics

After attending the Broadway-themed cabaret show of Gotta Dream by Class Productions Theatre Society, I was feeling pretty happy. Last Friday, Class Productions showcased...

On the edge of a horrifying discovery

Last week, Choose Humanity, a University of Toronto club, hosted a screening of The Bleeding Edge on campus. Directed by Leon Lee, The Bleeding...

VAM supports society of local talent

From October 14 to 16, Visual Arts Mississauga showcased the work of the talented Mississauga Art Society.MAS is a collaboration of 22 Ontario-based fine...

Representing diversity

Culture Day, held at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga last Saturday, was an event of immense interest. The family-friendly event offered a selection...

“My name is Rose. I didn’t kill my child.”

My personal experience at the Toronto International Film Festival could be seen as nothing less than an extraordinary opportunity. It enabled me, along with...

So, you think you know how to cosplay?

Cosplaying is the art of dressing up as a character from a movie, TV show, anime, video game, or another source of entertainment. Given...

Style and Profyle catwalks for charity

Bright colours, high energy, and talent. These are just some of the words I would use to describe “Around the World,” an annual charity...

UTM embraces its rich cultural diversity

Last week, UTMSU hosted Cultural Fest, an extended event dedicated to UTM’s diversity. During the week, students were given the opportunity to display their...

New year, new sound

Childish Gambino, also known as Donald Glover, is back with another hit album. His highly anticipated album Awaken, My Love! was released on December...

Burn the Witch: Troubadours go to trial

The Crucible, written by famed American playwright Arthur Miller in 1953, presents significant themes, such as lies and deceit, good versus evil, and the...

Bringing back the Broadway classics

After attending the Broadway-themed cabaret show of Gotta Dream by Class Productions Theatre Society, I was feeling pretty happy. Last Friday, Class Productions showcased...

On the edge of a horrifying discovery

Last week, Choose Humanity, a University of Toronto club, hosted a screening of The Bleeding Edge on campus. Directed by Leon Lee, The Bleeding...

VAM supports society of local talent

From October 14 to 16, Visual Arts Mississauga showcased the work of the talented Mississauga Art Society.MAS is a collaboration of 22 Ontario-based fine...

Representing diversity

Culture Day, held at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga last Saturday, was an event of immense interest. The family-friendly event offered a selection...

“My name is Rose. I didn’t kill my child.”

My personal experience at the Toronto International Film Festival could be seen as nothing less than an extraordinary opportunity. It enabled me, along with...
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