Arts & LIfe

What’s so funny ‘bout peace, love and understanding?

The UW Peace and Conflict Studies Society recently hosted Peacestock!, a show in support of the Waterloo Region Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centre (WRSA/DVTC).

Thank you for the music

Arrival From Sweden, one of the world’s leading ABBA cover bands, came to Kitchener’s Centre in the Square to perform with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony this past weekend.

The halls are alive with the sound of music

The UW A Cappella Club held their end-of-term concerts March 28 and 29 and featuring 10 unique groups.

Oh, the places you can go!

Travel columnist Jessica Needham provides two off-the-wall work ideas for you to consider after finishing your degree: Antarctica and various positions through CUSO International.

Do you have a moment to talk about Cheeses (Murphy)?

This week, Lens on Food visits Cheeses Murphy sober and during the day in a culinary investigation into the finest purveyors of grilled cheese sandwiches in the KW area.

(Not so) blank slate

Staff reporter Melissa Johns visits the UW Art Gallery to see the 40th annual fourth-year undergraduate exhibition, Blank Slate, which runs until April 5.

Talking dollars and cents

With her exchange quickly approaching, Jessica gives us some insight into how to pay for one’s travels, whether for school or for fun.

Friend or pho?

This week, Pho Dau Bo romances your local neighbourhood foodie with quality at a great price, and an assortment of tried-and-tested Pho, spring rolls, avocado, milkshakes, and some pretty amazing fried rice.

Primetime comes alive at Fashion For Change show

Fashion stepped out of the television and onto the runway with Fashion for Change’s fourth annual fashion show.

More than just a beauty contest

UW Kinesiology student Nickta Jowhari has been selected as a top 50 finalist for the Miss Universe Canada pageant. Head reporter Megan Nourse talks to Jowhari about her experiences and how they will hopefully help her win the crown.
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