Attack of the Killler Shorts!

One Act Play Festival Proves Western's TheatreTalent

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Attack of the Killer Shorts

A sexually awkward Adam and Eve, a senile Cinderella and a depressed Timbit were only some of the eccentric characters that took over “Attack of the Killer Shorts” last Thursday and Friday at The Wave. (read more)

illScarlett, Down with Webster hit RumRunners

Bands leave audience screaming for more

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

illScarlett

If one concert could represent the dynamic range of Canadian sound, this was it.

From hip-hop to reggae punk, Down With Webster and illScarlett put on an exciting show at Rumrunners last Friday. (read more)

Bhaneja’s one-man Hamlet comes to town

Former Train 48 actor takes on Shakespeare in latest play

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Raoul Bhaneja

Forget the flashy dance numbers, over-the-top costumes and space-age special effects. Raoul Bhaneja returns to theatre basics with an empty stage, a single spotlight and one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies. (read more)

Wintersleep scheduled for nationwide tour

Drummer Loel Campbell lives up to his promise

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Wintersleep

“We will always hit everywhere that we possibly can in Canada,” Wintersleep drummer, Loel Campbell, says.

With over 20 more dates scheduled for its nation-straddling tour with supporting act the Wooden Stars, Campbell and the rest of the Halifax indie band are living up to that promise. (read more)

Charity haunted house in the UCC

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Who knew blood-curdling screams would be such a good advertisement?

In the spirit of Halloween, the University Students’ Council Charity Committee has transformed the University Community Centre Atrium into a haunted house. (read more)

Sneaker sexism sets back the feminist movement

"Girlified" shoes in sports store perpetuate stereotypes

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Keds

I’ve never considered myself a feminist, partly, and rather ignorantly, because of the fear of being considered a “feminazi.” But last Friday, a trip to Masonville Mall made me reconsider the term. (read more)

Campus Climate Challenge keeps campuses "green"

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Campus Climate Challenge page

In the face of global warming, thousands of North American students concerned with the environment’s future are joining together in the hope of bringing about change.

These students are part of the Campus Climate Challenge (www. (read more)

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