Arts & LIfe

All about the Big Bang

Why do 20 million people watch The Big Bang Theory? It's far from TV's best comedy, but after seven seasons, it hasn't declined either.

Tackling sexual consent with underwear

UW computer science student Amulya Sanagavarapu takes on sexual consent with her consent-themed underwear project.

Wondering where the lions are

As part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, Conrad Grebel hosts An Evening with Bruce Cockburn in Hagey Hall theatre.

Live TV = social media

TV columnist Andrew Koo waxes about the state of social media and live TV today, and what Scandal is doing about it.

Music Review: Too True

Reporter Aaron Cornies reviews Dum Dum Girls’ newest EP: Too True.

Fast food and slow times at Frat Burger

Food columnist Lenore Ramirez goes to Frat Burger to experience their take on the classic hamburger.

Their doctors are polite, too

Australian Kira Henderson discusses her recent hospital stay in Canada.

Getting as far away from homework as physically possible — literally

Travel columnist Jessica Needham talks all about Perth, Australia — the furthest place one can get from Waterloo.

Having “The talk” with Sue Johanson

Staff reporter Melissa Johns goes to see the legendary Sue Johanson espouse her wisdom on a bevy of sexual topics.

UW Drama presents: UpStart

Our arts editor recently covered all eight productions running in this year&rsquo;s UW Drama UpStart Festival. Here are some summaries of all eight shows: <strong>Less...
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Warm hands, warm heart

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