Holly and Pete Massie are founding members of the Stairwell Carollers, an a cappella choir based in Ottawa that was formed in Marchand Residence way back in 1977. As Holly puts it, the choir wouldn’t have existed had it not been for the University of Ottawa.
Victoria, B.C.-based band Current Swell rocked the Jock-Turcot University Centre (UCU) with a surprise performance Nov. 23.
Local student-owned vinyl outlet The Record Shaap closed its doors for good on Nov. 25, not much more than two years after it opened in July 2010.
The Sparks Street Mall, SAFA, and VASA have put out a call to student artists to have their creations showcased downtown along Sparks Street.
This week, Fulcrum reviews give praise to Clous Atlas and Anna Karenina—and quite the opposite to the Twilight finale.
Discovery University and NAC Presents have teamed up to offer a unique musical experience for students who are homeless or from low income families.
Jeremy Dias, a psychology and political science graduate from the University of Ottawa, discusses the nuts and bolts of his growing organization Jer’s Vision, and offers invaluable advice to help communities move forward with inclusivity and indiscrimination.
An exhibit titled A Child’s View from Gaza is currently on display at the University of Ottawa’s Café Alt and features artwork by child survivors of the 22-day assault on Gaza by the Israeli military in the winter of 2008-09.
What did our reviewers think of the Red Dawn remake? How about new Deftones and Crystal Castles?