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“Macro dose” creates an audio-visual-tactile experience at Supercrawl ‘19 Macro dose” presented a surreal narrative through a multi-sensory experience at Supercrawl ‘19
Sep19

“Macro dose” creates an audio-visual-tactile experience at Supercrawl ‘19 Macro dose” presented a surreal narrative through a multi-sensory experience at Supercrawl ‘19

Photo by Cindy Cui / Photo Editor  Visitors to this year’s Supercrawl festival likely left with strong memories of “Macro dose”, an installation featuring sonic vibrations and three towering, lit-up mushrooms sprouting from mattresses. Sean Procyk, the artist behind it all, peeled back the many layers of this exhibit.  “I had this idea of doing a surreal experience for viewers, so kind of like giant mushrooms in an Alice in Wonderland...

Enter McMaster’s newest student hub While construction has yet to be completed, the multi-purpose Peter George Centre for Living and Learning will attempt to address student needs and improve the student experience
Sep05

Enter McMaster’s newest student hub While construction has yet to be completed, the multi-purpose Peter George Centre for Living and Learning will attempt to address student needs and improve the student experience

Photo by Hannah Walters-Vida In April 2017, construction for McMaster University’s Peter George Centre for Living and Learning began. Situated directly beside the Ron Joyce Stadium, PGCLL is projected to be a complete 14-storey, 335 000 square foot building by Nov. 4, 2019.  Holly Gibson, manager of marketing and communications for McMaster’s Housing & Conference Services, revealed that that the rationale for building PGCLL was...

McMaster University’s Year In Review Need-to-know news from last year
Sep05

McMaster University’s Year In Review Need-to-know news from last year

Photo by Kyle West Sept. 13, 2018 Ursula Johnson’s Mi’kwite’tmn (Do You Remember) art exhibit opened at the McMaster Museum of Art. Through three distinct spaces and public performances, she showcased Indigenous culture and the obstacles that it faces.  Sept. 25, 2018 A series of break-ins concentrated in a short amount of time occurred near McMaster and the Westdale area. Eventually, police made an arrest on Feb. 15, 2019.  Sept. 27,...