Arts & Culture

Glenhyrst Art Gallery hosts drag show

Drag culture has grown tremendously throughout the years. More people are now knowledgeable about the culture and even attend live shows. A huge factor in this has been the popularity of “RuPaul’s Drag Race”. People who weren’t a part of drag culture are now able to […]

Christmas cheers and blues

As this fall semester comes to a close and most students gear up to go home for the holidays, many students begin to feel a disconnect from their families. This can lead to a fall in mental health, resulting in more stress […]

Favourite games of 2018

Everyone knows someone who games. Whether it’s you, a friend or a roommate, gaming permeates all our lives in one way or another. According to the Entertainment Software Association of Canada, a little less than 60 per cent of all Canadians play […]

Exlcusive Living with Lions interview

The 12th annual Blackout Fest in Brantford ran October 12th and 13th, and welcomed many alternative, punk, and rock bands including Dead Tired; Lawless Sons; Seaway; Such Gold; The Good Depression; This is a Crisis Zero Fire; We Were Sharks and more. Another band attending the […]

Season three of Riverdale returns to CW

I feel like everyone deserves to ‘stan’ a cringey, made-for-easy-consumption type of media and trust me, I’ve gone through my phases. In high school I would binge historical romance novels, but today, my poison is Riverdale.   I hate that I still watch it, but […]

Tokyo Police Club celebrates 10 years

Four years since their last studio album, Tokyo Police Club have released their fourth album. The album, called “TPC”, was produced with Dine Alone Records and was released on October 5. The album was almost not to be, but the Canadian band rejoiced together after their 10th anniversary tour […]

Sweater weather time

It’s autumn — the leaves are falling, the days are shorter, and it’s time to pull on our sweaters. Almost all of us probably remember when “Sweater Weather” by the Neighbourhood came out in 2012; it was a simpler time. Since […]

Blackout Festival returns to Brantford

The 12th annual Blackout Fest in Brantford is slowly approaching. With the lineup having been announced in July, fans were able to prepare themselves for another great year. Featuring “Run” by Jamie Mittendorf, the music ranges from pop punk to punk, and has headliners such as Living with Lions, Such Gold, and […]