U of O students bring talent to cross-province culmination at Gallery 115.
“The first step is knowledge and gaining knowledge, and being aware of what’s going on in your society. So long as you’re aware and conscious of other religions, and you’re there to respect them, that can really tone down a lot of things.”
“The body and ideas about how you move through the world and how the body carries experience have always been a big part of my work.”
With the debate over electoral reform still raging, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau—henceforth retitled “Glorious and Eternal Leader of Canada”—quietly passed legislation on Monday, ending all subsequent elections.
“Our goal moving forward is to really take on more of an educational approach, making people more aware of the realities of mental illness.” — Selena Saikaley, president of the U of O chapter of DIFD.
Many Anglophones were left asking their bilingual companions “qaStaH nuq?” as the PM droned on about pot legalization and his latest scuffle with Starfleet High Command.
Titled Point and Place, this collection of video stills captures Kelsey McGruer’s organic movement around her cottage, exploring what she describes as her “ancestral home” in a totally new way.
This student-run organization was founded in 2012, and specializes in playing a wider variety of music than your typical classical music program.