The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: A Beautiful Marriage of the Eyes, the Ears, and the Heart  

// Hannah Alberga Seeing the play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time production is to risk sensory and emotional overload. This extraordinary alliance is based on the marriage of thrilling audio and visual elements that evoke raw emotions. The Mirvish production begins with a deafening shriek as protagonist Christopher Boone (Joshua Jenkins) nestles…

Northern Development in the Age of Climate change

// Megan Harvey This summer I had the incredible opportunity to join a Students on Ice educational expedition in the Arctic as part of my role with Parks Canada’s Northern Engagement Team. I spent the whole summer preparing by learning as much as I could about the Canadian North’s history, Inuit culture, and the arctic…

The Best Student Experience

// Sharanya Menon 3, 240 km from home, there was no point relying on recruitment slogans I am not an optimistic person; nor will I ever pretend to be, but my inability to recognize the positive features of my life during my first year served as a great and detrimental disadvantage to my overall experience. In…

The Case for Travelling as a Student

// Leya De Nil Travelling is often touted as an unforgettable experience and you get told that those who do not travel are missing out, however the idea of travelling as a student is often overwhelming – from the amount of money it will cost, to the fear of finding yourself in the unknown. The…

Why Go to the Library?

// Prof. Grant Campbell “Everything’s online,” people tell us. Why should we go to the library? Why does anyone go to a library? Well, libraries are my business, and I’ve spent a lot of time in them. But let’s start by knocking down some of the wrong reasons for going to a library. “Because the…