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A&E Year in Review

UTM ArtsThis year, the Blackwood Gallery started off the semester with their exhibition The Work of Wind: Air, Land,...

The future of art: decolonization & #MeToo

Hart House Debates and Dialogue presents Artistic Ethics in an Age of Social Consciousness. In the midst of rising social movements, it is important we...

VCDS’ Mamma Mia! celebrates family and ABBA

Set on a Greek island paradise where the sun shines bright, Victoria College Drama Society presents a warm tale of love, friendship and self-discovery...

It’s De Amicis (pronounced Deh-Amechees)

UTM Italian Studies presents Ciao, Professoressa!—a take on the 1992 film “Ciao, Professor!” based on Marcello D’Orta’s writings. The fish out of water comedy...

Widows: four women, one impossible heist

Widows offers a rare take on the contemporary caper and proves to be both enthralling and flat at times. It sees the widows of...

Why does bad behavior make good art?

The trailer for Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile dropped last month to much social media frenzy. The Ted Bundy biopic starring Zac Efron, chronicles...

Unpopular popular culture: music edition

Saying Nickelback puts out solid, enjoyable rock music isn’t going to win you any friends. Music can be as divisive a topic as politics....

Hair: a celebration of hippie culture & defiance

Hart House Theatre and Director Julie Tomaino collaborate to bring you their peace-loving production of the rock musical Hair on the eve...

The elusive world of hip hop’s women

Like most genres, Hip Hop has come to mean more to its fans than simply music. Although its roots are debatable, one thing is...

Dizzy Mystics: hometown band on the road

Dizzy Mystics is a psychedelic rock band based out of Winnipeg. Its members, Kyle Halldorson (lead vocals), Alexandre Joyal (guitar), Aaron Bacon (bass), and...

Unveiling the truth about the wild west

For years, American cinema has been hell-bent on pushing the idea of an ‘Old West’ that is ruthless and opportunistic. A world where you...

Most famous haunted house

“No live organism can continue to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality. Even larks and katydids are supposed by some to dream. Hill...

Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon is a Sidney Lumet melodrama that draws from the true story of an unsuccessful robbery that took place in Brooklyn, 1972....

Reimagining an Oscar Wilde classic

Revivals of Oscar Wilde’s famous comedy The Importance of Being Earnest aren’t uncommon. But, while most fall flat as frivolous crowd-pleasers, Victoria College Drama...

Ruchi Daniel Wigwe on his debut EP

A second-year commerce student at UTM, Ruchi Daniel Wigwe is a songwriter and recording artist. The Medium sat down with Wigwe to discuss the...

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a British slapstick comedy centered around the Arthurian legend. Performed by the Monty Python comedy group consisting...

A Gallery of Two Cities

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is showcasing eight pieces of June Clark’s work. This exhibition is in celebration of an innovative period in Toronto...

A&E Year in Review

UTM ArtsThis year, the Blackwood Gallery started off the semester with their exhibition The Work of Wind: Air, Land,...

The future of art: decolonization & #MeToo

Hart House Debates and Dialogue presents Artistic Ethics in an Age of Social Consciousness. In the midst of rising social movements, it is important we...

VCDS’ Mamma Mia! celebrates family and ABBA

Set on a Greek island paradise where the sun shines bright, Victoria College Drama Society presents a warm tale of love, friendship and self-discovery...

It’s De Amicis (pronounced Deh-Amechees)

UTM Italian Studies presents Ciao, Professoressa!—a take on the 1992 film “Ciao, Professor!” based on Marcello D’Orta’s writings. The fish out of water comedy...

Widows: four women, one impossible heist

Widows offers a rare take on the contemporary caper and proves to be both enthralling and flat at times. It sees the widows of...

Why does bad behavior make good art?

The trailer for Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile dropped last month to much social media frenzy. The Ted Bundy biopic starring Zac Efron, chronicles...

Unpopular popular culture: music edition

Saying Nickelback puts out solid, enjoyable rock music isn’t going to win you any friends. Music can be as divisive a topic as politics....

Hair: a celebration of hippie culture & defiance

Hart House Theatre and Director Julie Tomaino collaborate to bring you their peace-loving production of the rock musical Hair on the eve...

The elusive world of hip hop’s women

Like most genres, Hip Hop has come to mean more to its fans than simply music. Although its roots are debatable, one thing is...

Dizzy Mystics: hometown band on the road

Dizzy Mystics is a psychedelic rock band based out of Winnipeg. Its members, Kyle Halldorson (lead vocals), Alexandre Joyal (guitar), Aaron Bacon (bass), and...

Unveiling the truth about the wild west

For years, American cinema has been hell-bent on pushing the idea of an ‘Old West’ that is ruthless and opportunistic. A world where you...

Most famous haunted house

“No live organism can continue to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality. Even larks and katydids are supposed by some to dream. Hill...

Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon is a Sidney Lumet melodrama that draws from the true story of an unsuccessful robbery that took place in Brooklyn, 1972....

Reimagining an Oscar Wilde classic

Revivals of Oscar Wilde’s famous comedy The Importance of Being Earnest aren’t uncommon. But, while most fall flat as frivolous crowd-pleasers, Victoria College Drama...

Ruchi Daniel Wigwe on his debut EP

A second-year commerce student at UTM, Ruchi Daniel Wigwe is a songwriter and recording artist. The Medium sat down with Wigwe to discuss the...

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a British slapstick comedy centered around the Arthurian legend. Performed by the Monty Python comedy group consisting...

A Gallery of Two Cities

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is showcasing eight pieces of June Clark’s work. This exhibition is in celebration of an innovative period in Toronto...
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