NRMLly fashionable

Local clothing store turns 15 PEOPLE GENERALLY COME to Ottawa for the novelty of visiting Canada’s capital. Tourists take in its beautiful landscape, historical monuments, and its academic and bureaucratic a...

Created, animated, and presented

OIAF comes to town FOR THOSE WHO didn’t know, the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is the largest animation festival in North America, and it’s growing every year. There were over 2,000 entries...
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spotlight on

Dave Russell THE MUSIC OF Sarnia-born folk artist Dave Russell is nothing but a big helping of classic Canadiana—only better. Abandoning the archetypal lyricism and overly simplistic strumming of a tired gen...
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As real as it gets

AS THE LEAVES begin to fall and August becomes a mere memory, students begrudgingly surrender to a new school year. For most of us autumn means a new semester and slowly settling into everyday routines, but for...

Movie Reviews

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J3HfllvXWE&hd=1 Captain America: The First Avenger Hollywood seems to be suffering from a superhero complex. Its latest obsession with comic-books-turned-action-movies have...
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For the artistically inclined

How to get involved in the arts on campus WHETHER YOU PLAY an instrument, or love to sing, act, or dance, if you would like to continue doing so on campus you’ve come to the right school. With musical ensemble...

Shining under the stars

Local theatre company celebrates 25 years of productions photo courtesy Odyssey Theatre Èva Morin | Fulcrum Contributor FOR THE PAST two decades, Odyssey Theatre has been a summer staple for the Ottawa comm...
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The Fedstock experience

What students can expect from this year’s festivities THIS YEAR'S 101 Week is jammed with events for both new and returning students to enjoy—and Fedstock is no exception. The Student Federation of the Univers...

A different way to celebrate frosh

Alt 101 Week offers diverse events for students VEGAN BREAKFASTS, SEX workshops, and a night of political comedy are just a few of the events featured during the Ontario Public Interest Research Group’s (OP...