It seems to be a common misconception that the only thing you can do with an English degree is teach others English. But is that really the only viable option aside from the anticlimax of the café barista?
University of Saskatchewan students are taking a new approach to student groups and how they can affect the arts.
PAVED Arts is throwing it’s second annual Halloween bash, where everyone is invited to dress up and dance to their heart’s content.
Even with financial issues at the University of Saskatchewan, the arts are as worthwhile as ever.
What worries me the most about TransformUS is Program Prioritization. This process will rank academic disciplines based on their contribution to the university’s success. Highly ranked programs will receive increased resources while those with lower rankings will see reduced resources or be cut entirely.
It has been 100 years since the character first appeared in print, but over that time John Carter of Mars has never made his way to the big screen. That makes Disney’s upcoming John Carter the first film adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic science-fiction adventure novel A Princess of Mars. It follows Civil War veteran
There seem to be two different versions of director Steven Soderbergh. One version is the director of the Ocean’s movies, Out of Sight and Contagion who seems to be able to make standard Hollywood fare better than most other directors. The other is the indie wunderkind who broke onto the scene with Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Since the advent of peer-to-peer sharing, what we used to qualify as consumer goods are now free, and the status quo of paying-for-things is slowly disappearing. Everything entertaining is free: free music, free games and free videos of cats falling asleep. I never considered what free entertainment meant to me until my favourite podcast came
The best way Hamilton-based indie singer/songwriter Chris Adeney can capture the strange stories of his tours as Wax Mannequin may be through sleep deprivation.
The Chauvet cave in France, discovered in 1994, features the world's earliest known artwork in the form of cave paintings as old as 30,000 years. The paintings are so precious that the French government allows only a small team of scientists access to them. Fortunately for us, Werner Herzog was granted access to the cave.