arts and culture

“It’s a good opportunity to get your work out there and it’s really hard, especially when you’re an undergrad, people don’t know how to get themselves published—we actually have a place at the university that offers people that and nobody knows about it.”—Hayley Munro, OAR editorial assistant.

Although improv is, well, improvisational, there’s a lot of work that goes into preparing for a show. Campbell described it as tools to keep in your back pocket—knowledge of how stories progress, different genres and styles to perform, and other tricks and tools learned from plenty of practice.

“And, in fact, (Netflix is) providing a fair amount of Canadian content so that would suggest that there are many Canadians who want to see some Canadian content when they watch video and a streaming service would do well to ensure that it’s there.”—Michael Geist, U of O professor of common law and Canadian Research Chair in Internet and eCommerce Law

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