Schitt’s Creek: bringing hilarity and heart
As far as good shows to binge on Netflix goes, the latest show that everyone’s talking about is CBC’s Schitt’s Creek. Schitt’s Creek is a Canadian...
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner offers us a timeless look into late 1960’s American society, while examining prejudice and racism through the introduction of interracial marriage on...
A Jonas family reunion
In late October 2013, teenage girls everywhere were distraught when the Jonas Brothers, consisting of Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas, announced that they were...
The “best” coffee?
Looking for that mid-morning pick-me-up? Need some extra energy to fuel a late-night cram session? It should come as no surprise that most university...
When I first saw Tim Burton’s Batman, I was convinced that Jack Nicholson, when given a decent script, could act circles around anybody. Since...
The Shins return with Port of Morrow
Is it safe to call this a definitive Shins album?
A year in review
Highlighting the 2011/12 intramural season in UTM sports
Kaiser Chiefs—Start the Revolution Without Me
They took all the best aspects of their old guitar and drum hits and infused some new, if at times odd, electro-pop energy.
Andrew Bird—Break It Yourself
It’s hard to criticize Bird’s style, because he does it so well.
If Kanye West and The Weeknd had a baby, we’re pretty sure it would be Chiddy Bang.
Radcliffe all grown up
The boy who lived takes on new horror flick, The Woman in Black.
Born to Die —Lana Del Rey
Born to Die is an album that’s born to disappoint, given such high expectations from a public that wants to see failure.