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Belle & Sebastian Wanna Dance
Belle & Sebastian Wanna Dance

Indie Music Lovers Rejoice Belle and Sebastian, the groovy indie pop group, is dropping their first new album since 2010 this month, and I’m sure they will not disappoint. Led by guitarist, and vocalist Stuart Murdoch, based out of Glasgow, Scotland, the band first shared their distinct music with the world in 1996. Murdoch recruited […]

MUSE Loves: Winter Beauty
MUSE Loves: Winter Beauty

It’s officially the dead of winter, and if your hair and skin aren’t seriously feeling the effects of the weather right now, you’re probably not a real person, and this isn’t the post for you. For all the chap-lipped, flake-skinned, dry-haired, dandruff-permeated folks on campus (and I really hope that I’m not the only one): […]

Theatre: On the Brink
Theatre: On the Brink

Theatre: On the Brink The Facebook event page for the second instalment of the all-student-run Drama Studio Series, Drama Studio Series on the Brink, states that “these shows are sure to spark some conversation”, and this is definitely the truth. As I entered the Rotunda Theatre to find a seat, I was pleasantly taken aback […]

Feeling Antique
Feeling Antique

Where can you find porcelain (probably haunted) dolls, typewriters, and maps older than Betty White all under the same roof? The answer to that would be Antique Alley. Located a short walk from the LCBO on the south end of Princess St. is Kingston’s one, and only Antique Alley. Although not an actual alley like […]

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Crossfit
Ten Things You Didn't Know About Crossfit

10 Things You Didn’t Know About CrossFit (and why everyone you know is talking about it)   CrossFit is universally scalable, and therefore for every fitness level! It’s perfect for everyone; from fitness newbies, to the elderly. Although everyone is doing the same workout, exercises can be scaled to make them harder, or easier using […]

Music Monday: Converted to Covers
Music Monday: Converted to Covers

  Music Monday: Converted to Covers   I have to admit, I’m a real cult classic kind of girl, and generally I don’t like artists messing with a good thing. After listening to Rihanna cover Vogue here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsCt3FqNniA I confirmed that once again, I usually prefer the original because the cover usually doesn’t live up […]

MUSE NEWS JANUARY 25
MUSE NEWS JANUARY 25

MUSE NEWS JANUARY 25 Kim Kardashian releases the official cover of her selfie book, “Selfish”. The idea for the book was (naturally) thought of by Kanye West, Kim’s number one fan. The cover shows Kardashian with wet, slicked back hair, perfect make up, and a pout, of course.       Rick Owens has freed […]

MUSE X Referendum
MUSE X Referendum

Muse x Referendum Conceived on the back of a napkin in CoGro, MUSE Magazine has been around longer than Daniel Woolf has been principal of our dear school. We’ve seen CoGro move from the JDUC to the ARC, the reintroduction of homecoming, and the building of the Isabel. Better yet, we’ve seen the metamorphosis of […]

Misogyny Takes The Internet
Misogyny Takes The Internet

Much has been buzzing around recently about the situation involving 13 fourth year Dalhousie Dentistry students who had been suspended from the university after inappropriate comments were posted in a group on Facebook. The comments, which have been deemed “misogynistic” and “sexually harassing”, were posted in the Class of 2015 Dalhousie Dentistry School Gentleman’s Club […]

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