“The Killing of a Sacred Deer” Movie Review

The Killing  of a Sacred Deer – Image courtesy of the Telegraph Wilfred Moeschter: Hey everyone, Wilf here. Molly and I saw The Killing of a Sacred Deer, along with a friend of mine who we’ll call Adam and who will be our guest reviewer. Adam: What the fuck was that movie!? Molly Simpson: It was, among…

Cinema Studies Alumna: “Gossip Girl” Stephanie Savage

In choosing to enrol in Innis College, the impressive list of accomplished alumni currently working in the film and television industry assured me that as a youth filmmaker, I would be in an exceptional position. I have since had the wonderful pleasure of meeting and gaining valuable insights from Innis alumni such as Degrassi creator,…

SSSCR Presents: Stem Cells – Extending the Frontiers of Knowledge

Canada is at the forefront of stem cell research. From bone marrow transplants to treat cancers such as leukemia, to recent clinical trials that use neural stem cells to treat spinal cord injuries,1 stem cells can repair and mend our bodies.  It’s safe to say that this field is a stepping stone to transforming and…

In Admiration of the Shabby Scarborough Strip Plaza

Image courtesy of the Toronto Star On a weekday afternoon, numerous corridors in downtown Toronto echo the dense, diverse, short blocks that Jane Jacobs loved. Attractive to the community, while fulfilling residents’ daily needs, these tree-lined avenues are regularly filled with residents walking between independent grocers, local banks, and coffee shops. Take Parliament Street, for…

Uncovering UTMIA: A deep dive into ‘Men’s Issues Awareness at the University of Toronto’

It’s 7 PM as I’m sitting in the Banting Building, Room 131, being jolted by screeching microphone feedback as four men stand behind me, looking on. The event is “Prosecuting Sexual Assault: Should you hear it all?”, and the event organizer, Ed Sullivan, sternly addresses the crowd by noting that U of T’s policies for…