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Archives for the month of February 2015

  • Our Town: A Tale of Transience in Rural AmericaEvangelos Nikitopoulos•February 26, 2015

    A look into one of Dawson College's upcoming theatre productions.

  • Letters from Kandahar: A Personal TransformationMike Perstinger•February 26, 2015

    During two deployments to Afghanistan, a solider sends emails home, documenting his personal transformation.

  • An Inter-dimensional JourneyLara Antebi•February 26, 2015

    An illustrated exploration of fractals, the forms that reside "in between" dimensions

  • Fitness On Your ToesXiang Zhang•February 25, 2015

    A look at professional dancers’ physical fitness in comparison to professional athletes.

  • Thyestes: Crossing into TyrannyEvangelos Nikitopoulos•February 20, 2015

    O crime incredible to any age, which coming generations will deny – torn from the still living breasts the vitals quiver. -Seneca

  • Transforming Media: A new AgeJonathan Roy•February 17, 2015

    A research based essay looking at Internet media as it slowly overtakes traditional media for the main source of people's media viewing.

  • Dances with StereotypesKahawihson Horne•February 17, 2015

    The modern Native American battles stereotypes held by the general public and popular culture.

  • Asking For It: Riot Grrrl RevolutionMaddy Nadler •February 16, 2015

    "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."

  • The Fish Diplomacy of EmpiresJonathan Roy•February 16, 2015

    How ancient and modern empires from Persia to Russia all cast their nets over weaker "fish" cities.

  • Jerusalem 3D -IMAX, The FilmEvent Date: Tuesday, February 10, 2015

    Daniel Ferguson, producer, writer and director, will discuss his award winning film, Jerusalem 3D during Social Science Week.