Arts and Culture

Arts and Culture

  November 6, 2017 By: Alicia Hawco Recently, I attended Fun Home, a play based on the memoir by Alison Bechdel, at the LSPU Hall in St....

A brand new pizzeria opened up in St. John’s this past February and it is nothing short of unique. The “create-your-own” pizzeria, Olio, offers...

Before anything else gets said here let me be clear, I really, REALLY, like Japanese Anime.  While I won’t say that I’ve seen every...

Students traveling through the tunnel between the MUN Music and Science buildings will now be met with a visual treat: a large and highly...

Every edition in Point/Counterpoint, you’ll hear from a proponent and an opponent of a relevant issue. This week, we debate arts funding—do our communities...

Amelia Curran’s eighth album Watershed wears its maturity on the outside. Curran’s experience in song-writing and living are translated seamlessly into her music and...

October 19, 2017 By: Leslie Claire Amminson On October 20th and 21st student unions across the province and the Canadian Federation of Students are putting together...

  October 17, 2017 Kristopher Smith If you are looking for a break from mid-terms and you can’t wait for Mardi Gras, Riveting Productions will be putting...

Matt Shea, 21, was born and raised in Fogo, Newfoundland. Upon graduating High School he moved to St. John's to attend Memorial University of...

On February 22, 2013, published author, Nela Rio spoke to MUN students about the subject of her writing. Like many other authors, she tries...