Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Toronto’s ducks save biology undergrad

What an avian biology field project added to my degree Read More »

In brief: demonstrations and activism

This April a number of events have challenged the UofT status quo Read More »

Debate: What is the appropriate response to Canada’s new “anti-terror” Bill C-51?

Fraser Allan and George Neish both oppose this bill, but have different views on it’s legitimacy Read More »

Albums of the Month: March

For the next few years, the Spring of 2015 will be synonymous with the release of Kendrick Lamar’s, To Pimp a Butterfly, an album whose brevity we are still trying to wrap our head around. In the meanwhile, here are our takes on some of March’s most anticipated albums in 500 words or less. Read More »

The Secret Life revealed: Interview with Toronto's Moon King

The Newspaper spoke to Toronto duo, Moon King about how touring inspired their songwriting process, the Neil Young influence on their debut album, Secret Life, and why they had to leave Toronto to truly find their sound. Read More »

New cellist makes an impassioned debut at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Conductor, Kyrsztof Ubański and cellist, Sol Gabetta present a phenomenal and evocative performance of Stravinksy’s,The Rite of Spring (1947) and Dvořák’s Cello Concerto (1894-1895) at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Read More »
The Boyfriend Experience: Dispatches from a Host Club

The Boyfriend Experience: Dispatches from a Host Club

Dealing with gangsters, cops, and drunk, horny businesswomen
For first time in decades, Hart House puts national treasures on display

For first time in decades, Hart House puts national treasures on display

National touring exhibition delves into Hart House's history to explore Canadian nationalism, the role of collecting, and the intertwining of Hart House and the Group of Seven.
Albums of the Month: March

Albums of the Month: March

For the next few years, the Spring of 2015 will be synonymous with the release of Kendrick Lamar’s, To Pimp a Butterfly, an album whose brevity we are still trying to wrap our head around. In the meanwhile, here are our takes on some of March’s m..
The Secret Life revealed: Interview with Toronto's Moon King

The Secret Life revealed: Interview with Toronto's Moon King

The Newspaper spoke to Toronto duo, Moon King about how touring inspired their songwriting process, the Neil Young influence on their debut album, Secret Life, and why they had to leave Toronto to truly find their sound.
New cellist makes an impassioned debut at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

New cellist makes an impassioned debut at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Conductor, Kyrsztof Ubański and cellist, Sol Gabetta present a phenomenal and evocative performance of Stravinksy’s,The Rite of Spring (1947) and Dvořák’s Cello Concerto (1894-1895) at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Toronto’s ducks save biology undergrad

Toronto’s ducks save biology undergrad

What an avian biology field project added to my degree
Debate: What is the appropriate response to Canada’s new “anti-terror” Bill C-51?

Debate: What is the appropriate response to Canada’s new “anti-terror” Bill C-51?

Fraser Allan and George Neish both oppose this bill, but have different views on it’s legitimacy
Food Service on Campus: Public goods or private profit?

Food Service on Campus: Public goods or private profit?

Caroline Kamm questions the role of Aramark on campuses.
 
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