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‘As You Like It’ makes Shakespeare accessible

For some students, Shakespeare is a distant, convoluted high-school memory. But in Theatre St. Thomas' most recent production of As You Like It, Shakespeare...

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern: Finding Absurdity in Death

Audiences were treated to a blend of humor, death and metatheatre over the weekend with Theatre St. Thomas’ rendition of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are...

Comedy or tragedy? That is the question

Professor Matt Dinan and fourth-year student Hannah Zamora went head-to-head in a debate about which play is better, Hamelt or Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, in...
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‘It’s a way of life’: How Indigenous artists express their love of culture

L’nu artist and educator Rebecca Labillois started basket weaving back in the early ‘80s as a child, while her mother, Margaret, ran a weaving...

The silence of Queen Elizabeth on Canada’s Indigenous history

Theo Saulis remembers looking up at the remains of Shingwauk Indian Residential School, located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., during a visit to the...

‘Literal war’: Memorial raises awareness about situation in Iran

Fredericton’s Iranian community held a memorial at Fredericton City Hall Friday, calling for the ceasing of violence in Iran. The ceremony was held in honour...

Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

The 2022 Canada Summer Games, held in Niagara, Ont., saw the celebration of athletic excellence from across the country. There were familiar faces at...