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Star Wars: The Next Generation

Star Wars: The Next Generation

SPOILER ALERT Read More »
JAN 22, 2016 | BY ARIEL RYANN
Bands on the Run

Bands on the Run

The newspaper sat down to chat with the four bands performing in this year's battle of the bands to discuss their major influences, the success they’ve experienced so far and plans for the upcoming year. Read More »
JAN 12, 2016 | BY SHANIA PERERA
Cheap Meat Street

Cheap Meat Street

St. George food truck reviews Read More »
DEC 09, 2015 | BY DYLAN HORNBY
Albums of the year 2015

Albums of the year 2015

The albums selected this year by contributors and members of the masthead range from rap albums that are already canon to folk at its raunchiest and heart-wrenching punk. However, if the poignant release of MIA’s video for “No Borders” is any i.. Read More »
DEC 08, 2015 | BY COLE FIRTH, DYLAN HORNBY, LAURA CHARNEY, MELISSA VINCENT, WYATT WHYTE, ZACH MORGENSTERN
Muse from the 6ix

Muse from the 6ix

An Interview with Music Sector Development Officer Mike Tanner Read More »
DEC 08, 2015 | BY MELISSA VINCENT
Crimson Wave on going where few female comics dare to tread

Crimson Wave on going where few female comics dare to tread

“Sometimes, women queef and fart at the same time” Read More »
DEC 08, 2015 | BY DYLAN HORNBY, SAM FELDMAN
The Second City’s Brandon Hackett

The Second City’s Brandon Hackett

Sitting down with a cast member and U of T alum before the debut of “Unwrapped” Read More »
DEC 08, 2015 | BY FRASER ALLAN BEST
Dancing, Singing, Bending, and Snapping

Dancing, Singing, Bending, and Snapping

the newspaper goes to law school with UC Follies’ Legally Blonde Byline: Chantel Ouellet Read More »
DEC 08, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET
Jonathan Richman throws a cell phone-free fiesta

Jonathan Richman throws a cell phone-free fiesta

Punk pioneer gives Toronto a concert like no other Read More »
NOV 26, 2015 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
Liz Magor Surrender exhibit

Liz Magor Surrender exhibit

Coming out of “Surrender” you are left to reconsider your own role as the viewer. In both installments, it is your gaze that is in many ways the focus of the art itself. Read More »
NOV 12, 2015 | BY ASTORIA FELIX
 
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