About the author  ⁄ Aura Carreño

International students are stuck between a rock and a hard place thanks to the province-wide strike of Ontario’s public college teachers. Student permits have very strict expiry dates, and with the high prices they pay, international students worry how the strike will affect them. Mechanical Engineering international student Darpan Gill ...

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American band Paramore blew the doors down at Toronto’s Massey Hall on Friday, Oct. 13. As soon as vocalist Hayley Williams, guitarist Taylor York and drummer Zac Farro took the stage, the venue exploded with energy. Los Angeles band Best Coast opened the show with a set of ten rock ...

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Matt Burrows has been into games since he was about 3. Not just board games, but video games and card games as well. “My parents have photographs of me playing Commodore 64 and Atari and all of these old-school game consoles,” he recalls. Burrows enjoyed playing games as a child ...

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The Hamilton Room slowly filled as well-dressed people arrived to celebrate independent journalism in the city. The chatter grew as more people arrived. While some sat patiently, others stood by the snack-filled tables, waiting for the event to start. The Hamilton Independent Media Awards (HIMAs, a.k.a. the Maggies), took place ...

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The sun shone brightly over Westfield Heritage Village. The sky was cloudless and the wind kept the air fresh to celebrate the annual Telling Tales Festival. The event featured numerous interactive activities such as workshops and live book characters who walked around posing for pictures and performing for the children. ...

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