Games bring us together

With the rise of multiplayer video games and the use of Internet as a channel for work, play and communication, simpler forms of entertainment are needed. When it’s pouring rain, freezing cold or scorching ho...

Chatting with the Starving Artist

In September of 2015 former Sputnik staff Chandler Berardi and Meghan Gauvin interviewed the owner of the Starving Artist Gallery Café, Christina Hajiioannou, about opening up her business last year in the hea...

A Taste of What Indie Music Offers

The line, “advertise your virtue like nothing’s ever hurt you” from Cory Mercer’s song, “Manifest” is the perfect metaphor to describe being a musician full-time in Brantford. Music is a talent, a...

How 2016 will surpass 2015 in film

With all of the record setting films, not to mention the billions of dollars in revenue, it’s hard to imagine that 2016 could ever top the impact (and money) that 2015 made on modern film history. That being ...

Percy Jackson and the Hunger Maze

If your friend ever recommended a series of books to you in high school, chances are that book series has been turned into a series of movies. Of course, the last book will have been adapted into two parts, in ...

Mental Health: We’re All Involved

  According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 20% of Canadians are afflicted with some form of mental illness in their lifetime, and unfortunately, the CMHA has found that mental illnesses and ...

Hollywood is failing diversity

On September 20, 2015, Oscar-nominated actress, Viola Davis, made history as the first African-American woman to ever win the best actress Emmy for her role as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away with Murder. ...