Tag: volume-37-issue-13

Future of the book?

From the earliest cave paintings to text messaging and everything between, the way that we share stories and communicate has evolved greatly over time....

Chopin at the ROM

In honour of the 200 years since his birth in 1810, the Royal Ontario Museum dedicated an exhibit to the life of Fryderyk Chopin,...

Two strikes—you’re out

Ricky Gervais is a comedic assassin who seldom misses his mark. After last year’s wonderful performance as host of the 67th Annual Golden Globe...

Writing

Pen stabs paper. Repeatedly, remorseless. As the words form furiously the ink flows as a heart pounds, beating ever faster, ever louder. Tension mounts, the air builds pressure, pushing eardrums...

Positive writing makes me mad

Businesses want to make you happy. Happy people, to put it bluntly, spend more and question less. There’s nothing wrong with that goal at...

eTextbooks offer cheaper alternative for pricey text books

A new and cheaper alternative to buying textbooks is now available. CourseSmart, an online catalogue, offers students the opportunity to buy textbooks viewable on...

YouTube and the fame monster

Have you ever browsed YouTube and come across a video that seemed so bizarre, so ridiculous, so disturbing, that you wondered what the author...

Memorization tips for students

Everyone is different, including when it comes to learning and memorization. The world can be split into three learning styles: visual learners (65% of...

A tribute to Adrian Kursa

09/14/1990—01/07/2011You were somebody who everyone needed to meet. You made everyone smile no matter what their mood was. In simple words, you were a...

Student group asks UTSU tough questions

U of T’s General Assembly was held on January 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Multifaith Centre. The UTSU-sponsored assembly was meant...

Conclusion, part one

And so this is my conclusion (of many). Love is very strange. It knows exactly how to pry open your heart, and to do with it...

Scoundrels run amok

Things are starting to heat up at Hart House these cold winter days as Jeremy Hutton’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: The Musical reels the audience...
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