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Fortune of Wolves: The Fate is in the die

Even before the two-hour play began you were listening to music that reminded you of being in a car on a road trip.  The...

The Handmaid’s Tale makes viewers question the future

Fresh off eight Emmy wins and 13 nominations, Hulu's adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale provides an outlook of a dystopian future shaped by excessive pollution...

Black Mirror: a reflection of humanity’s new algorithm

We live in a weird time. There’s no other way to put it. The technological progression of humanity in the last 30 years has...

IT remake realizes full potential of iconic novel

The lights dim, hands dig into popcorn and watchers settle into their seats. Pennywise the Dancing Clown is returning to Derry, and to the...

Musical theatre raises bar, reaches for gun, with Chicago

St. Thomas University’s musical theatre class raised the bar in their production quality with this year’s show, Chicago. Entering the Black Box Theatre, you are...

Theatre UNB asks, are we Better Living?

Theatre UNB's production of Better Living appears to be a comedy about a normal Torontonian family, but it turns out to be far more...

Secret Path makes emotional statement on reconciliation

The Shivering Songs festival film screening of Secret Path on Jan. 19 was an emotionally riveting kickoff to the winter festival. The film shows 12...

Nasty Shadows is In On It

Nasty Shadows theatre company steps back into the light, showcasing Nova Scotia playwright Daniel MacIvor’s In On It in a thought-provoking, challenging and intimate...

STEEDS Midsummer Night’s Dream a breath of fresh air

Recreating a work of Shakespeare is always a challenge, especially when you change it to make it your own. The people of the St....

Rogue One dips toe into expanded Star Wars universe

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story doesn’t feel unique enough to be a standalone Star Wars film, but the characters, lore, and locales are...

Venus in Fur

Going into Theatre UNB’s production of Venus in Fur by David Ives, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had heard of the show...

Behind closed doors: A deeper look into the Ghomeshi investigation

What really happened between Jian Ghomeshi and the women? What made him snap and write that explosive Facebook post? Did he deserve to be...
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New year, new clubs, new outreach

St. Thomas University's clubs and societies have been forced to think of creative ways to engage with students in wake of the university offering...