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Spring came early: Kali Uchis’s Orquídeas

A familiar buttery voice backtracked by a fast-paced beat that is simultaneously soft and delicate. This is how Kali Uchis opts to start her recently-released fourth studio album, Orquídeas. In…

University’s handling of key issues disappoint, EUSA plan a protest

EUSA announce a protest for 26 of February against University’s mishandling of key issues. Announced on Tuesday 20 of February, the demonstration will be in collaboration with student groups to…

TV couples: do they last after the show ends?

This article contains spoilers for How I Met Your Mother, Normal People, Friends, and Gavin & Stacey. In honour of Valentine’s Day, it’s time to revisit our most beloved and…

Doctrines for a Contented Life: About Time and Past Lives 

About Time (2013) and Past Lives (2023), directed by Richard Curtis and Celine Song respectively, explore the fundamental aspects of life—time, love, and loss. Despite being a decade apart, both…

Review: American Fiction

Breath-Taking. Real. Raw. What the world needs right now. Common phrases slapped onto film and literature reviews when they delicately graze against contemporary political conversations. But if I were to…

Review: Ragnarok

“All is lost… all is not lost.” Traverse Theatre’s ‘Ragnarok’ was a mesmerizing, multi-sensory experience, a merge ofhuman acting, puppetry, and live music. The result was a spellbinding two hours…

Review: ‘Too Much’ by girl in red

Marie Ringheim, better known as girl in red, returns to the music scene with ‘Too Much’, the lead single for her upcoming album I’m Doing It Again Baby! due to…

University Movies to Get You Back in The Spirit of Studying

The beginning of a new semester comes with its own excitements, but as we get back into study mode, leaving our comforters and the vacation mindset behind can be a…