Chapter 8: Love Thy Neighbour It took Ralph and Ms. Fannon twenty minutes to drive back to town from the Lincolnshire Air Force base. They hardly said a word, their hearts still pounding with the adrenaline of JUSTICE. At the Hundredth Meridian by The Tragically Hip played on the radio. The setting sun ran across […]

Local bar regularly becomes cozy venue for local musicians and warm refuge for community Sackville is home to a number of specialty shops, restaurants and bars that serve to make the community a fantastic personality. One such spot is Thunder and Lightning. This venue serves people from all places, and allows them a comfortable, friendly […]

Fourth-year vocalist presents stunning recital to peers, professors and colleagues as part of performance series The winter semester is coming to an end, and with that comes the stress of final exams, papers and assignments. In the music department, the end of the semester takes on a different meaning as the senior recital season begins. […]

With daylight savings and two snow storms in the same week, spring is giving us some mixed signals. Whether you’re studying, browsing the Osheaga lineup or making soup, here are some cozy Canadian tunes to help you through the last few weeks of winter. Scan the QR code below for a link to the playlist […]

Tim Burton’s fairy tale can’t draw blood, but it leaves its mark. Fairy tales can be hard to pin down. They don’t aspire to fulfill basic narrative expectations like pacing or logical character motivations: Why does the Witch want to eat Hansel and Gretel? Well, uh, because that’s what witches do, I guess. Edward Scissorhands […]

Alison Crosby’s current artistic desire to “do everything” has deep roots in her beginnings with theatre. “I was a very talkative, very attention-seeking child and eventually one of my cousins said to my mother, ‘Dear God, Diane, put her in theatre,’ ” Crosby told me over the phone. Her mother promptly enrolled her in Cape […]

The first time is always the most awkward. You don’t know where to put it, and don’t even know if this is the right time. But this is something important that you want to remember when you’re older. These are common dilemmas when someone considers introducing the first foreign stroke of ink to an otherwise […]

Archbishop Oscar Romero will soon be declared a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. Long recognized as a candidate worthy of sainthood by popular acclaim, the Vatican has made moves to officially canonize Romero, that is, to formally recognize him as a saint. Pope Francis, a Latin American and a champion of the poor, has […]

This piece is a response to the article How History Can Save the World, published Feb. 15. We take umbrage with its somewhat naive view of history as a discipline and its use in transformative and emancipatory processes. While we agree that history is valuable and holds the potential to help people understand and solve […]