Stripped of scenery, staged with only some chairs and a ladder we enter Our Town. This remains one of the most popular of modern plays. Why did the playwright opt for such minimalism? What constitutes the play’s unfailing appeal? This year, the college’s theatre department is putting on Thorton Wilder’s timeless classic, giving us once again a chance to answer these questions.
By Evangelos Nikitopoulos
Guglielmo Marconi’s telegraph is an important case for scientific innovation because it meshes with both commerce and politics.
A look into one of Dawson College's upcoming theatre productions.
During two deployments to Afghanistan, a solider sends emails home, documenting his personal transformation.
An illustrated exploration of fractals, the forms that reside "in between" dimensions
She had sacrificed her father for this very day.
A look at professional dancers’ physical fitness in comparison to professional athletes.
O crime incredible to any age, which coming generations will deny – torn from the still living breasts the vitals quiver. -Seneca
The modern Native American battles stereotypes held by the general public and popular culture.
"When she talks, I hear the revolutions. In her hips, there's revolutions. When she walks, the revolution's coming.
In her kiss, I taste the revolution."
How ancient and modern empires from Persia to Russia all cast their nets over weaker "fish" cities.
The following is part of a series of interviews carried out by students in Western Civilization class of Diane Shea.
How gender stereotypes misshape the sperm and the egg narrative
Do you furtively dream of being an intercontinental ballistic missile? Let your wildest fantasies free at last. (Interactive)