Arts & LIfe

Arts & LIfe

Review: Riding the Riptide of Success

Thirty-year old indie singer/songwriter Vance Joy has certainly ridden the “Riptide” well, transforming his success with the catchy hit single into a second studio...

Plato’s Theory of Forms Akademia with Adam

Plato, a student of Socrates, was an  ancient philosopher well known for his dialogues and other recorded works such as “Republic”. But one of...

Review: Jen Wang weaves a tale of hope, dreams, and identity in The Prince...

Set against the backdrop of 19th century Paris with its operas, ballets, and burgeoning modernity, The Prince and the Dressmaker stitches together the familiar...

Waterloo hits the high notes at ICCA quarterfinals

University of Waterloo took the house at the sold out Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) central quarterfinals on Feb. 18....

Review: The Maze Runner: The Death Cure

Although you may not have enjoyed the past two films in The Maze Runner trilogy and wonder whether this one may be better left...

Rage Against the (Experience) Machine

People, for the most part, enjoy being happy. It would hardly be contentious to claim that human beings are pleasure seeking creatures who pursue...

Review: Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name, set in Italy in the summer of the 1980s, tells the story of 17-year old Elio who becomes infatuated...

99 Problems but waste ain’t one How to go zero-waste with 3 simple DIYs

In an age of technology and on-the-go lifestyles, it’s difficult to completely evade product packaging and waste. As a student, maintaining grades, personal hygiene,...

Why Kant there be peace?

World peace has often been lauded as a crucial goal for humanity to reach. How exactly such a goal is to be reached, is...

From eight-bit to VR A new type of artwork interaction

At a museum in downtown Kitchener, art is no longer simply displayed, nor is it only visual. As a part of Digital Dynamics 2018...
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