Cute is the new gorgeous: The best and worst looks from the 2022 Oscars
Looks from the second tier of the ranks Red carpet fashion this awards season has been uninteresting, to say the least. In the world of constant performance... Read more.
This Week in Fulc Music: Lana Del Rey, Snail Mail, and Weezer
Three moody, intense releases that defined my week. New Album: Blue Banisters, Lana Del Rey - Interscope/Polydor, 2021 I’m sorry. I have to... Read more.
Baking with Zofka: Whole wheat focaccia
A satisfying savoury treat If you’re looking for a high-fibre twist on the classic Italian flatbread, look no further! Focaccia is one of the best... Read more.
Review: Dear Evan Hansen
A broadway adaptation gone right? Dear Evan Hansen: today is going to be a controversial day, and here’s why. The newest Broadway musical turned movie,... Read more.
Campus Fashion: Bye bye sweatpants, hello baggy pale jeans
The Return-to-Campus Edition In early September I had a romp around campus with a digital camera, scanning the crowds of froshers (sorry UOSU, 101ers) to... Read more.
Recap: The 2021 Met Gala
"In America: A Lexicon of Fashion." Oscar de la Renta and tickets on which celebrities overspent This year’s Met Gala was an entertaining parade of... Read more.
Nasty women: Red Scare and their unique ability to make everyone angry
Taking a look at the new generation of philosophical mean girls When I tell people I listen to Red Scare, they react in one of two ways: they either give me... Read more.
This week in Fulc music: Drake, Lorde, and Susan (LA)
The long-awaited return of This Week in Fulc Music Album of the Week: Certified Lover Boy, Drake, 2021, Republic Records The official Apple Music... Read more.
Agents, manuscripts, and funding: What it’s like to start a career in creative writing
How do you get started in this business? Like me, many students at the University of Ottawa dream of one day becoming professional authors, poets,... Read more.
Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League
How we got here, and how it all turned out Last week, my boyfriend announced we’d be spending our Thursday afternoon watching Zack Snyder’s Justice... Read more.
Spring cleaning: How to declutter your space and mind to take on exam season
Some tips to break away from the winter blues We’ve reached the final stretch of the winter semester, and as exams are fast approaching, it’s easy to... Read more.
This week in Fulc music: Luna Li, Lucy Park, and spill tab
We’re nearing the end of our publishing year – here are some tunes to tie you over in our imminent absence Single of the week: “Cherry Pit” by Luna... Read more.
Opinion: the cancellation of Kim’s Convenience is a huge loss for Canadian and Asian representation in media
Kim's Convenience was a major commodity for CBC Producers of the beloved Canadian sitcom, Kim’s Convenience, recently announced that despite being renewed... Read more.
The show must go on: International Film Festival of Ottawa goes virtual
Festival feeds city’s “hunger for international cinema” and supports local filmmakers The past year has been challenging for Canadian workers across... Read more.
Meghan Markle and Harry, Duke of Sussex pump the brakes on gaslighting
Former royals spare few details in their portrait of life as members of the British Royal Family Content warning: this piece deals with mental illness and... Read more.
A virtual round of applause for the University of Ottawa’s Black community
Digital event gave space for Black expression and recognition within the U of O community On Feb. 27, the University of Ottawa Students’ Union (UOSU)... Read more.
Films you should have seen: Becoming by Michelle Obama
Nearly a year after its release, Obama’s post-White House documentary is still as topical as ever Based on Michelle Obama’s memoir of the same name,... Read more.
A letter to my year-ago self
A year into the pandemic, everything has changed, and yet nothing has Dear Aly from a year ago, I know. You’re standing in the Rideau Street... Read more.
Opinion: Finding jobs post-graduation has never been easy — in a pandemic, it’s close to impossible
The university has done frustratingly little to prepare its COVID-19 graduates for a working life post-university It’s March, I’m a fifth-year student,... Read more.
Opinion: The 2021 Golden Globes demonstrated improvement for Hollywood’s representation problem
Many issues, however, still remain The Asian-American entertainment community experienced huge success in the most recent installment of the Golden Globes.... Read more.
2020 TIFF laureate I Care A Lot chillingly tells the story of guardianship fraud
Rosamund Pike’s performance is one of the best things this film has to offer The film I Care A Lot, directed by J Blakeson, first premiered at the Toronto... Read more.
U of O alum Nile Séguin talks comedy and COVID-19
Séguin’s success is much more than he could have ever imagined As the pandemic drags on, the age old saying “laughter is the best medicine” has... Read more.
U of O professor and theatre artist moves undercurrents festival online
Patrick Gauthier spills the beans on this year’s digital events If you’ve any familiarity with the Ottawa theatre scene, you definitely know Patrick... Read more.
U of O music department hosts digital masterclasses to keep learning alive during COVID-19
A conversation with the School of Music’s coordinator of cultural activities Though every University of Ottawa student has had their academic year heavily... Read more.
Review: Malcolm & Marie glides through uneasiness with ease
The film’s monochromatic intensity is a brutal reminder that “there’s a fine line between love and hate.” Malcolm & Marie, the new film starring... Read more.