Sunday, April 20, 2014

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U of T student brings together nine student artists at North Borden Gallery

"Inside the Construction," a show by Ivana Dizdar, mingles a diverse body of visual art. Read More »

the week : April 31-March 4

Toronto Star battles Toronto Police over alleged assault video; Hot Docs releases film list; and a tasty way to kick back this weekend! Read More »

the week: March 17-23

A detailed report on Mayor Ford released by police; in other news, Olivia Chow and Karen Stintz attended Toronto Fashion Week sporting "subway scarves." Read More »

Sex-themed open mic, Bedslam, highlighted local performers

Bedslam, an event organized by the Sexual Education Centre, entered its second year with a successful turnout. Read More »
Its not easy being a girl

Its not easy being a girl

Hannah Dyer pioneers girlhood studies at U of T
High rise recycling rates not so high

High rise recycling rates not so high

How to account for residential recycling disparity?

Breadth requirements don't entail well-rounded education

Not mind-opening, just one more hoop to jump through
U of T student brings together nine student artists at North Borden Gallery

U of T student brings together nine student artists at North Borden Gallery

"Inside the Construction," a show by Ivana Dizdar, mingles a diverse body of visual art.
Pharrel and his toys

Pharrel and his toys

Design Exchange exhibit explores the intersection of hip hop, graffiti and manga
Toronto Slam Poetry semi-finals go down at the Drake Underground

Toronto Slam Poetry semi-finals go down at the Drake Underground

the newspaper speaks to Optimus Rhyme and learns how to get involved in Toronto slam poetry
“This is My Prison Date:” the story of an Eritrean refugee in Israel

“This is My Prison Date:” the story of an Eritrean refugee in Israel

Claire Nelson recently interviewed Tesfay Ghebremedhin. She tells his story and explains the plight he and his fellow Eritrean refugees face in Israel.
Qatar uses slaves to build FIFA 2022 World Cup facilities

Qatar uses slaves to build FIFA 2022 World Cup facilities

Migrant workers are misled into facing abhorrent conditions in this gulf monarchy.
 
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