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Friday, December 13, 2019

Sex, drugs, and Taron Egerton: Rocketman soars

By: Kate Olivares, Peak Associate Music biopics are mv jam. Whether it’s Walk the Line or Straight Outta Compton, the three-act structure with the occasional music...

Cymbeline is a modern drama

Late in his life, Shakespeare seemed to get a bit sentimental, writing plays that don’t fit neatly into one of his usual categories. Cymbeline...

Review: The Grey

By Clinton Hallahan Photo courtesy of Liddell Entertainment Buoyed by a skilled director and strong cast, The Grey rises above its boring premise Banking heavily on the new...

BC music festivals for every type of music lover

Raise your heart rate and take a deep breath of fresh air: It’s almost time to stock up on enough summer fun to get...

Joe Laughlin’s 4our unites generations

After 10 years, Joe Laughlin is returning to the stage to dance in 4our, a monumental work featuring four dancers spanning 30 years. Laughlin...

The Arts Club brings back their beloved holiday classic, It’s a Wonderful Life

Sometimes we forget how good we have it. It can be easy to get depressed if we focus on what we don’t have or...

SFU’s poetry club, The Writer’s Art, is calling all writers

By: Winona Young The art of writing is not lost on SFU student Encina Roh or her fellow club members. Proving that the pen is...

The Tiger is a gritty book that shatters reality and your perception of the...

By: Maxwell Gawlick John Vaillant’s The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival is a visceral tale of man versus nature. It flips our...

American Crime uses packed visuals to describe nuanced storylines

By: Zach Siddiqui American Crime is a show that focuses on deconstructing and analyzing various social issues through esoteric lenses. The first season starts with...

Album Reviews

By: Beau Bridge and Courtney Miller The Summer Set – Stories for Monday The Summer Set’s latest album very much echoes their previous records, featuring an...