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‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ headcanons, part five

After Bianca graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an honours degree in economics, she returned to Toronto and reconnected with Drew. Thrilled at the reunion, Audra Torres lent them enough cash to open their very own cell phone kiosk. The business is now expanding, and Drew was recently able to get Bianca the ring she deserved. Alli and Mike Dallas are driving up for the wedding this summer, and there will be a cardboard cut-out of best man Adam Torres.

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‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ headcanons, part four

Ellie holds a University of Toronto (UofT) Bachelor’s Degree and a master’s from the X University School of Journalism.Continue...

‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ headcanons, part three

Marco Del Rossi, Class of 2006

Once Marco got his teaching degree from the University of Toronto (UofT), he had a brief stint at Upper Canada College—where...Continue...

‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ headcanons, part two

Hazel Aden, Class of 2006

Hazel, one of Degrassi’s earliest “It Girls,” attended Queen’s and graduated with a nursing degree. In her time here, she...Continue...

‘The Batman’ takes risks that pay off

The Batman is the dark antithesis to contemporary superhero movies.Continue...

‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ headcanons, part one

In my household, the antidote to graduating in six weeks is revisiting Degrassi: The Next Generation. Unbearably Canadian and quintessentially teen, Degrassi is a must-watch, and is even getting an HBO Max reboot soon.Continue...

‘Euphoria’ is haunted by the spectre of Sam Levinson

Euphoria is, at its core, a tremendous piece of art. Its cinematography, soundtrack, and performances are chillingly beautiful, and it’s brought to life a cast of diverse and intricate characters unlike any seen on television before.Continue...

Remembering Peter Parker in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

I used to go to this day camp in the summer. It had a tube slide, but I never slid down—I climbed up. I would climb and climb, pretending I was Spider-Man. When my mom came and picked me up at the end of each day, I told her I was Spider-Man and I believed it was true.Continue...

‘Sex Education’ is back and raunchier than ever

Kinks, aliens, hookups, cheating—the new season of Sex Education has it all.Continue...

‘Dear White People’ Vol. 4 absolutely wrecked me

I’ve been obsessed with Dear White People (DWP) ever since the Netflix series’ controversial premiere. This show is about how Black students, and other students of colour, navigate a predominantly white institution has lined up perfectly with my time at Queen’s.Continue...

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