Friday, October 23, 2020

Tag: volume-37-issue-9

The Superintendent

My cell phone alarm clock blares. I roll over to face my bedside table and pick up my purple LG phone. I click the...

Field hockey champions

Yesterday, the Varsity Blues women’s field hockey team took on the defending CIS champions in the UBC Thunderbirds and were able to come away...

Gettin’ geeky with it

If you’ve ever owned a pocket protector, uttered the words “may the force be with you”, or wanted to “catch ’em all”, you, my...

Majors continue winning ways

The Mississauga Majors took on the Brampton Battalion on Friday in OHL action. The Majors looked to continue their stellar season with the fight...

Judy Cohen shares survival story

In order to coincide with Holocaust Education Week, the Historical Studies Society at UTM hosted Gender and Genocide Week in the North Building from...

Wicked paints the town green

After breaking the box office in its 2005-6 Toronto run, Wicked is back in town at the Canon Theatre, and selling out fast. The...

Giants win World Series

Another Major League Baseball season has concluded, and this year an unlikely team stands alone as the champion. The San Francisco Giants won the...

Titans take chance on Randy Moss

On Wednesday, November 3, the Tennessee Titans were awarded the services of future Hall of Fame wide-receiver Randy Moss, who was placed on the...

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...

Veneration Ululation

Innocent, sweet little boy Who lives alone in an apartment of three rooms And smokes on any given day While he writes about smiling women With blooming eyes And...

Can’t stop this Machine

Last Wednesday night, UK darling Florence + the Machine graced the Sound Academy with her presence and infinite talent. Despite the miserably cold drizzle...

Bollywood touches down in Toronto

Last Thursday night, downtown Toronto got a taste of the Far East, with enough sizzle to set the CN Tower on fire. The Merchants...

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