Arts and Culture

Arts and Culture

December 5, 2017 By: Kristopher Smith 4/5 Stars ★★★★☆ Imagine spending a good portion of the last forty years fighting for liberal values only to witness terrorist...

Jacqueline Wong Asian students at Memorial University (MUN) and around the world celebrate the Lunar New Year on Friday. In most of Asian countries,...

Jacqueline Wong The winter semester will be the beginning of some students’ journey at Memorial University (MUN). I spoke with four new international students about...
Muse Artist Marissa Painting

Marisa Rowsell is a St. John’s-based artist majoring in Folklore at Memorial University (MUN). Her favorite medium is acrylic painting, but she also works...
Justin Timberlake by Joe Shlabotnik

When it was announced back in October that Justin Timberlake would be performing a short concert bookended by some football game that some people...
Vagina Monologues

You don’t have to have a vagina to enjoy the hopeful, heartbreaking and uplifting stories performed in “The Vagina Monologues,” a play about women...

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...

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

What does Dune, HotFuzz and The Big Lebowski all have in common? You can catch all these classics at the Flashback Film Festival at...
Bright Movie Review

Matt Pond Bright. Starring Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Lucy Fry. Directed by David Ayer. Netflix. 118 minutes. Action/Fantasy.   Rating: 2.5/5 stars   Bright is a piece of...