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Local business starts new Thanksgiving tradition Every Golden Moment hosts Friendsgiving Dinner in the first of a series of holiday gatherings
Oct04

Local business starts new Thanksgiving tradition Every Golden Moment hosts Friendsgiving Dinner in the first of a series of holiday gatherings

Photo C/O @markandkait Thanksgiving pulls people back home. Set at the beginning of Reading Week, it will see many students travelling both near and far to spend time with their families and old friends. It causes most of us to pause, even for a moment, and reflect on who, what and where we’re grateful for. However, Thanksgiving is not always festive and fun. Founder of Every Golden Moment Carina Noyes knows that the holidays can be...

Tell us a little about yourself and we’ll tell you where to have your coffee!
Sep29

Tell us a little about yourself and we’ll tell you where to have your coffee!

Photo by Madeline Neumann By Barjot Gill Happy National Coffee Day! You finally have some free time; how do you see yourself spending the day? [{"title":"Mulberry Street Coffeehouse","points":"0"},{"title":"Vintage Coffee Roasters","points":"0"},{"title":"Detour Coffee Roasters","points":"1"},{"title":"541 Eatery & Exchange","points":"2"},{"title":"Red Church Caf\u00e9 + Gallery","points":"0"}] Volunteering at a local non-profit...

Ursula Johnson challenges the treatment of Indigenous material and linguistic culture Discursive exhibit about colonialism’s impact on Indigenous culture and language
Sep27

Ursula Johnson challenges the treatment of Indigenous material and linguistic culture Discursive exhibit about colonialism’s impact on Indigenous culture and language

Photos by Kyle West By Drew Simpson The museum is still and rested thirty minutes after opening at 11 a.m. Light grey undertones of the tile, the walls and even the clear glass feed into this state. The only audible sounds are the receptionist chatting with the artist, Ursula Johnson. Another glass door with grey undertones opens to Rheanne Chartrand, the museum curator. It is as if the grey cancels out the obnoxious glare of light...

Dancing to our own rhythm One of a kind dance performance is the brainchild of neuroscience and art
Sep27

Dancing to our own rhythm One of a kind dance performance is the brainchild of neuroscience and art

Photos by Kyle West By Kian Yousefi Kousha When it comes to science, the human mind would inevitably shift towards thinking about chemicals in test tubes, DNA or even the exciting world of quantum physics. However, Leonardo Da Vinci, Nicola Tesla, Omar Khayyam and many others have shown us that science also has a place in art, from paintings to designs and poetry. Similarly, McMaster University witnessed another combination of art and...

Forever falling in love with music Eternal Collective introduces a five-week music festival to build community across genres
Sep27

Forever falling in love with music Eternal Collective introduces a five-week music festival to build community across genres

Photos by Catherine Goce  Autumn is a cozy time. The blistering heat of summer is receding but the freezing cold of winter has not yet dug in. A month of school has allowed us to settle into our environment and our routines. It’s a time for a little tradition, a little Thanksgiving and a lot of community. While many of us will settle into familiar spaces, Eternal Collective wants you to settle into a larger and perhaps slightly...

Local artists come together to celebrate the themes and visuals of the K-pop sensation Local artists come together to celebrate the themes and visuals of the K-pop sensation
Sep25

Local artists come together to celebrate the themes and visuals of the K-pop sensation Local artists come together to celebrate the themes and visuals of the K-pop sensation

Photos by Razan Samara This past weekend, K-pop superstars BTS landed in Hamilton for three sold-out stadium concerts. Nestled among the three multi-million dollar performances was Magic Shop:  A Celebration of BTS and the Magic of Self-Love, a group art exhibition at the Factory Media Centre. The exhibit was dedicated to BTS fan art and ran from Sept. 21 to Sept. 23. It featured media artwork created by local artists who love the boy...