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Archives for the month of February 2014

  • Lac Megantic: A peopleIrene Ogrizek•February 28, 2014

    Irene Ogrizek captures the sentiment of a town only three after a train devestates a town.

  • No Reference Point: WWOOFing in the KarooKimberly Watson•February 24, 2014

    I went to South Africa immediately after I graduated from Dawson to WWOOF in the little Karoo.

  • The Twilight of the Ignorance on TwilightMichael D'Itri•February 20, 2014

    An appreciation of the often overlooked astronomical phenomenon that is twilight.

  • EMISSARIES - The Process of Creation Frank Mulvey•February 19, 2014

    Frank Mulvey, artist in the Fine Arts Despartment of Dawson College, explains how he developed the drawing entitled Emissaries with both traditional and digital media and techniques. 

  • Special Education–Through the Snoezelen LensDaphnée Dubé •February 16, 2014

    Should special needs children be taught in a separate classroom, such as a Snoezelen room?

  • Saw the Splendor interview by Marie Ashley Nelson•February 15, 2014

    Time has this ability to show the vulnerability in what it gradually consumes.

    - Osheen Harruthoonyan

  • Sunken ChestCassie Jones•February 15, 2014

    A misguided odyssey through love. 

  • Dust BurningHannah Gerber•February 15, 2014

    Healing and moving on in collisions of the heart. 

  • Through the Lens: High Dynamic Range ImagingWilliam Chien•February 15, 2014

    Photography buffs: HDRI is a great alternative to using filters, allowing for images with vivid color and effective brightness.

  • EC Samoluk•February 15, 2014

    Depression is an internal war, a complex collision between the search for familiarity in happiness and the overpowering pain.

  • The Fragmented GlassBronwyn Haney•February 15, 2014

    You cling desperately to the mast of your mind as the world around you comes crashing spectacularly to pieces.

  • Puppet MastersJudith Dicaire•February 15, 2014

    The collision between a broken, suicidal mind and a heart’s undying love for everything around it. 

  • All AboardCatherine Duret•February 15, 2014

    When travelling along unknown paths of life, beware of collisions between dreams & reality.

  • The Illusion of PurityOlivia Auclair•February 15, 2014

    We are in the dark about what we are eating. 

  • The FeastApiramy Sivasambu•February 15, 2014

    Meet two mothers: a human and a pig. Both are animals on earth, but who has the better life?

  • thursdaysumaya ugas•February 15, 2014

    diasporic generational disconnect, or letter to an aunt i misunderstood until a week before her passing.

  • On My BackHannah Gerber•February 15, 2014

    Collisions of attachement and detachment.

  • You’re Only SleepingNelanthi Hewa•February 15, 2014

    In an office space, no one can hear you scream.

  • Ramble OnLias Borshan and Lauren Hannough-Bergmans•February 15, 2014

    Two men contemplate the circuitous nature of human existence.

  • The Fog on ERTVictoria Di Woo•February 14, 2014

    As an interplanetary journalist, I was sent to planet Ert to report on their culture. Little did I know that I would make the strangest discovery...

  • The Robot HouseOliver Falcon Smith•February 14, 2014

    As society modernizes, a robot from a simpler time struggles to understand the changes all around him. 

  • The Ashes UprisingCassie Jones•February 14, 2014

    The poetic ash of a winter in Montreal. 

  • Black Magic WomanAurelie Skrobik •February 14, 2014

    dark ebony slam 

  • Sebatana ha se bokwe ka diatlaJessica Meirovici•February 14, 2014

    "The days of nonviolent struggle were over." Nelson Mandela. 

  • Princess and the P Juan L. Gomez-Perales•February 12, 2014

    Juan L. Gomez-Perales has created a kinetic piece Princess and the P  that references an artwork invisible to us.  See this piece in the Fine Arts Faculty Biennial 11 exhibition at Dawson College in the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery. 

  • Lion in the StreetsLias Borshan•February 3, 2014

    The nightmarish tale of Isobel, a nine-year-old Portuguese immigrant in Toronto, is trapped in a purgatorial ghost-like state ....