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Sports & Health

The Invisible Superstars

Brittany Benn races 60 metres for her league-leading thirteenth try. Brienne Stairs scores her fourth field hockey hat trick of the season. Tamara Bell wins the OUA scoring title in her rookie hockey campaign. And no one is watching. No one seems to care. Such is life for a female […]

Arts & Culture

This View of Life in the Atrium

“I was intrigued by what artist Mat Brown was talking about. How science is the 21st century religion.” Scott McGovern, curator of This View of Life: Evolutionary Art for the Year of Darwin believes in the link between science and art. McGovern, along with five advisors from the University of Guelph organized […]

Arts & Culture

The first of eight of wedding

It had all the makings of a great Hollywood romance comedy, or Sex and the City, the movie. Fittingly, the groom was late and the bride was pacing back and forth clasping her cell phone trying to reach her fiancée.  There were whispers amongst the guests that the groom had […]

Arts & Culture

A Play of Remembrance

Last week, the George Luscombe Theatre was reimagined as the small prairie town of Unity, Saskatchewan for a run of Kevin Kerr’s Governor-General’s Award winning 2002 play, Unity (1918). The play seeks to chronicle the arrival and spread of the Spanish Flu in Canada from the vantage point of a […]