Fulcrum music critic Max Szyc reviews long-awaited new releases from Irish alt-rock legends My Bloody Valentine and Canadian death metal old-timers Voivod.
But what made it into what it is? Why is it, a Game Boy Color game, rarer and more valuable than any of the original Game Boy games which have age on their side? The answer is simply an unfortunate circumstance.
The University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law hosted its second annual fundraising comedy show Feb. 7 in an effort to raise money for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
Fulcrum film critics review the hit-and-miss humour of Identity Thief and the garden-variety romance of Safe Haven.
University of Ottawa visual arts professor Dr. Michel Luc Bellemare is turning the world of abstract art on its head—or at least approaching it from a new angle.
So, class—in case you missed the other night’s very important lessons, here’s a quick recap.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been drawn into a game the same way I have been by Ni No Kuni.
A proposed update to the University of Ottawa’s liquor policy that would have banned shots of hard liquor and restricted pitchers in its student-run bars has been scrapped.
The University of Ottawa’s English-language improvised comedy team took home first prize at the University of Toronto’s improv summit Jan. 26.