Fearless fantasy fiction Radio and television host “Fearless” Fred Kennedy to release another Canadian comic classic
Mar29

Fearless fantasy fiction Radio and television host “Fearless” Fred Kennedy to release another Canadian comic classic

By: Hess Sahlollbey If there’s one person you’re bound to run into every year at Toronto Comic Con, it’s “Fearless” Fred Kennedy. Whether he’s moderating panels or hosting a Q&A, this writer and long-time host on “102.1 the Edge” and “Teletoon At Night” is expanding his conquests across all media platforms. Kennedy will soon be amping up his creative workload with another book this summer with a new imprint, Black Mask Studios....

How to make hummus: a simple recipe for a quick snack Get your Mediterranean fix this exam season and conquer hunger with this easy recipe.
Mar22

How to make hummus: a simple recipe for a quick snack Get your Mediterranean fix this exam season and conquer hunger with this easy recipe.

By: Nick Sahlollbey Exams are around the corner. For most students, this generally means a few intensive weeks of early morning and late-night study sessions, high levels of stress, low levels of energy and repeated thoughts of dropping out. This behaviour is often exacerbated by hunger, so for your health and well-being during these hard times, you’re going to need to ensure you keep your belly full and your mind focused. Hummus is a...

Style At Mac returns with their annual fashion show
Mar22

Style At Mac returns with their annual fashion show

By: Hafsa Sahki When different areas of the arts come together to create a fun eventful show, what emerges is a diverse and exciting event. Style At Mac’s annual fashion show is back after a year-long absence. This year’s team has focused on showcasing fashion from different countries, searching for local artists and reaching out to McMaster arts clubs. Style At Mac was absent during the 2016-2017 academic year. As SAM Vice President...

J’aime lesbian chiens French artist Diane “Obom” Obomsawin creates profound feminist comics and animations
Mar22

J’aime lesbian chiens French artist Diane “Obom” Obomsawin creates profound feminist comics and animations

By: Hess Sahlollbey Two anthropomorphic dog-women lay on a Grecian style bed in bliss while a cherub plays a horn amidst a mustard yellow background. The cover of J’aime les filles (I Like Girls) by Diane “Obom” Obomswin firmly establishes its surreal presentation. A Montréal-based comics creator, Obomsawin originally lived abroad in France for 20 years before moving to Quebec permanently in the 80s. Rent made Montréal more affordable...

Using the F******* word She’s the First McMaster hosts art showcase to discuss stigma around feminism
Mar08

Using the F******* word She’s the First McMaster hosts art showcase to discuss stigma around feminism

By: Suzany Manimaran On one side of the room, people gazed at the wall of vibrant artwork, taking in the intricate line art drawings and detailed paintings. On the other, performers were shaking off their nerves as they waited for the show to open, preparing to share their reflections on “the f word”. She’s the First McMaster titled their second annual The F******* Word arts showcase, referencing the stigma associated with “feminism”....