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Review: Bao Sandwich Bar weaves tactile tapestries in Waterloo

Hey food fans, this week I sought the gritty realism of Waterloo’s dark underbelly, journeying east along a frosty University Ave., past black-market stationary...

Review: Jane Bond lives to dine another day

  Howdy food fans. Spurred by your comments and my roommate’s vegetable-based catcalling, this week I journeyed to Jane Bond, a vegetarian eatery in Uptown Waterloo.  While...

Review: Feridun-dun-DUN!

The Faculty, Alumni, Staff, and Students (FASS) Theatre Company showcased the many talents that can be found on campus within their 2019 fall variety...

Review: Unplanned The anti-abortion film sparked protests in KW

Many of you have seen either heavily scornful or positively glowing reviews of the anti-abortion film Unplanned from Pure Flix studios. My parents wanted to...

Review: The melancholy of Abel Tesfaye

Having recovered from his inability to feel his face when he’s with us, The Weeknd is back to grace the world with his newest...

Review: Sea of Life documents the loss of ocean life

The oceans are not something that many people think of as being the ‘heart and lungs’ of the planet. Although they appear to just...

Review: Netflix’s Queer Eye brings tears & cheers

To the delight of many, Netflix recently gave a reboot of the reality TV series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, and in an...

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...

Review: Dragon Ball “It’s over 9000”

With midterms upon us and the majority of the student body yearning for some distraction, my break from studying and infrequent existential crises has...

Review: The Shape of Water

(Content warning: violence, nudity, gore, sexual themes.) Part love story, part Cold War thriller, and part creature-feature, Guillermo del Toro blends these seemingly disparate film...