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Oxfam throws an Oxjam

Midterm season is like a terrible gluten-free cookie. Someone told you there were chocolate chips in there that would make up for the late nights and long days but they seem rare.Continue...

A killer way to end the semester

With an aim to capture the fallacy of the American Dream, and a culture of violence that pervades society, Assassins hits the nail on the head.Continue...

A story behind the name

With a name like Blue Rodeo, there must be a story.Continue...

Queen’s Players: Satires, selfies and sex!

On Friday night at The Mansion, I witnessed the Queen’s Players’ most recent attack on cheek muscles and social stupidity, entitled Scooby-Doo! Wherefore Art Thou?Continue...

A look Down There

As I walked into the H’art Centre, I was greeted by posters of hand-drawn flowers and butterflies, one with “pussy” written in immaculate cursive and another encouraging me to “feel your feelings”. I’d arrived at Down There.Continue...

Transference takes the stage

When I walked into a room of around 25 people in Theological Hall, it became clear that the first performance of Transference was going to be a very intimate experience.Continue...

Passionate play

If you play music with a passion, you must do it for yourself.Continue...

Take it slow

Brendan Canning wants us to relax.Continue...

Strummin’ in the Limestone again

Birthed from Craigslist, six-piece band The Strumbellas has had to fight for where they stand.Continue...

Louder than the noise

With a soft voice, digital vocals and unmistakeable guitar loops, Craig Cardiff’s music reflects an uncompromising humanitarian.Continue...

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