Student playwrights revisit classics. In the evocative and entertaining conclusion to Windsor Theatre’s winter season, fourth-year drama students Gregory McLaughlin and Jake Planinc teamed up to present Sackville Dionysia, an incredible back-to-back duo of traditional Greek theatre. Despite drawing upon material written thousands of years ago, these aspiring directors transformed two classics into modern masterpieces […]

Owens Art Gallery showcases the Canadian Group of Painters. For many, the term ‘Canadian art’ is more or less synonymous with the Group of Seven. The group’s famed landscape paintings have become the face of Canadian culture in the twentieth century, and are still considered to be some of the country’s most important works of […]

Italian Oscar winner earns coveted award. After decades in the upper tiers of the social elite, rubbing elbows with princesses, prospective popes, celebrities, and all manner of prominent socialites, Jep Gambardella (Toni Servillo) is prompted to take stock of his life. So begins The Great Beauty, a film that follows Jep, a fictional one-time author […]

Radio station hosts its first record and gear swap. The CHMA offices on the third floor of the Wallace McCain Student Centre saw a rotating cast of about ten on Sunday for their first record and gear swap. The initiative, spearheaded by staff member James Anderson, was meant to drum up interest and act as […]

Spring may not have sprung quite yet, but this delicious and hearty soup will keep you warm during the remaining weeks of cold weather. Chicken Soup This recipe is a new take on an old classic—it isn’t your grandmother’s chicken soup. Traditional ingredients bind together with kale and sweet potatoes, two of the healthy superfoods […]

Production offers insight into Anne Hathaway’s life. Unless you skipped the majority of your high school English classes, most of us know at least something about William Shakespeare and the bounty of plays he produced during the English Renaissance. Perhaps less known is his wife, Anne Hathaway, an individual whose life and experiences are explored […]

Mount Allison University saw its second Cannabis Convention last Thursday. While the three guest speakers urged attendees to be outspoken in their advocacy, the event itself did not cause much of a stir on campus. Hempology 101, a student group at Mt. A, hosted the event in a largely empty Wu Centre. Excluding the four-member […]

All contestants who ran in the Mount Allison Student’s Union spring election won a seat due to a very limited field of candidates. Only sixteen candidates ran for nineteen available seats on council. The election coincided with a referendum on the continuation of MASU’s Green Investment Fund. The referendum failed to reach the two-thirds majority […]