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Album review: Iron & Wine’s Kiss Each Other Clean

American singer-songwriter Sam Beam, better known by his stage name Iron & Wine, has once again proved his lyrical and musical genius with his...

A new year for literature

Who would have thought that 2010 would be such a literary hit? The past year has been an eventful one for booklovers of all...

The King Is Dead—The Decemberists

The King is Dead — The DecemberistsAfter the overwhelming rock-opera grandeur of their 2009 album The Hazards of Love, indie rock band The Decemberists...

CTV journalist Karlene Nation speaks to students

Karlene Nation, famed CTV Toronto news reporter, sat down with UTM students last Friday to talk about her experiences as a journalist, and to...

Gods and chains at Hart House

The case of Alan Strang is a strange one. His crime seems unspeakable, his motives an enigma. Yet his sentence is the same as...

A last letter, a measured injection

Early last month, a newly discovered poem written by the late British poet-laureate Ted Hughes was unearthed at the British Library. This revelation of...

Offbeat food finds

This week’s offbeat food find comes from Lucy Zemljic, a fourth-year English student and rabid fan of desserts and her grandmother’s cooking.It seems like...

Love is easy: Belle & Sebastian Write About Love

“Make me dance, I want to surrender / Your familiar arms, I remember / We’ve been going transcontinental,” sings vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Martin,...

Into the mind of a tyrant

“Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this sun of York.” This phrase has gone down in history as one...

Poetry—for everyone

Poetry has a pretty weak rep in today’s day and age. The average university student (or anyone, for that matter) doesn’t really care about...

No more boring art

From September 11 to November 28, the Blackwood Gallery will be home to a portion of Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada: 1965-1980, which includes...

Red

There she sits and sighs, and waits to meether love, and contemplates the colourred. Red like the dress that quivers by her feet,red like...
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