New York City comedians Steve Hofstetter and Danny Jolles brought the laughs to Alumni Hall on Nov. 8 for a stand-up comedy show entitled “Comedy Without Apology.”
The University of Ottawa’s Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) group held the first conference of its Inspiring Women Series on Nov. 7, hosted by U of O graduate and current Environment Canada senior program engineer Mia Batchelor.
This week’s reviews include new efforts from Converge and Flyleaf and the solo debut from Death Cab for Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard.
In the hopes of recruiting more talent, the Salamander Theatre for Young Audiences is looking forward to auditioning actors and actresses from the University of Ottawa for their upcoming season.
This week’s music reviews include the triumphant return of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and the new breakup guide from Taylor Swift.
Students who stopped by Café Alt for a quick cup of coffee or a comfortable place to study on Oct. 31 were surprised to find Juno-nominated folk artist Craig Cardiff performing live.
The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa hosted a charity shave-off event Nov. 1 to prepare Movember participants to grow their moustaches in support of men’s health issues.
The University of Ottawa’s drama guild performed Erin Shields’ Governor General’s Award-winning play “If We Were Birds” from Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 at Academic Hall.
Arts and culture editor Adam Feibel explains that Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm may not be such a menace after all