TV Tuesdays with Rory: House of Lies

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

House of Lies is a tricky one. As a critic, I try to break things down into components, hopefully arriving at an understanding of what I do and do not enjoy. House of Lies has been difficult to look at this way. For that reason alone, it might be one of the more interesting case […]


TV Tuesdays with Rory: The 100

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

I’ve mentioned The 100 before on this blog, but it deserves its own entry. For those who are unaware of it, The 100 is a television program available on Canadian Netflix. It tells the story of a human race that has evacuated Earth in favor of life in space, after an apocalypse-like crisis. They decide […]


TV Tuesdays With Rory: Marco Polo premiere

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

Marco Polo, a Netflix drama that premiered on December 12,  follows the historic figure during his early years. So much of Marco Polo’s initial appeal is its mystery, so I don’t think it would be appropriate for me to really say much of the plot. It’s sufficient to know that Marco Polo is, at heart, a show about […]


Service Spotlight: The Student Volunteer Bureau

Thursday, November 27th, 2014

Are you looking to get involved on campus or in the community? Just stop by the award winning Student Volunteer Bureau (SVB), a resource centre and referral service located in UC- 3011 to discover a volunteer placement that is suitable for you. The SVB was founded 21 years ago with the goal of being a […]


The gourmet’s answer to fast food part 1: Tomato sauce

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

What follows is my bi-weekly dilemma. I come home from a long day at school and work, totally unwilling to cook for myself. Nobody’s going to cook for me, yet the idea of fast food, or of spicy, pre-packaged ramen noodles sounds too disappointing for my inner gourmet to bear. And I’m broke: I can’t […]


TV Tuesdays with Rory: Supernatural TV

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Supernatural television has been an interest of mine for a long time. Despite taking much of its content from horror, it is not necessarily designed with the same goals in mind. By not having to worry about frightening the viewer, supernatural TV is able to explore new and interesting themes regarding already prominent character ideas. […]


Society Spotlight: MUN Free Discourse Society

Monday, November 10th, 2014

Society Spotlight is our blog that aims to showcase some of the many clubs and societies at MUN. This week, the Muse sits down with Ryan Post, President of the MUN Free Discourse Society, to learn about their club. What is the MUN Free Discourse Society? Who can join? The Free Discourse Society is a […]


Risotto for the morning, noon, and night

Saturday, November 8th, 2014

Of all the dishes I prepare for myself on a regular basis, there is one in particular that has a special place in my heart, and that is risotto. Risotto is an Italian rice dish famous for its rich, creamy texture, and the amount of stirring involved in its preparation. The rice itself, once cooked, […]


Pop Explosion Diary: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.

Friday, October 31st, 2014

  “It’s the remix to ignition Hot and fresh out the kitchen Mama rollin that body got every man in here wishin Sippin on coke and rum I’m like so what I’m drunk It’s the freakin weekend baby I’m about to have me some fun” (Kelly,2003) —————– “Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday Today i-is Friday, Friday […]


TV Tuesdays with Rory: Good Canadian shows

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
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The criteria for this list: 1) The show is Canadian 2) The show has aired a season this year (2014) The shows on this list seem to fly under the radar for many. I’m not sure if that’s a result of them being Canadian or not. One way or another, I think that any one […]