Stamping Tradition

For centuries, the age-old craft of pressing and stamping fabric with carved wooden blocks has been practiced in India. While woodblock printing originated in China […]

THE RISE OF THE NEPOTISM KID

Famous people are fascinating. There is no denying this. I mean, why else would we spend hours scrolling through their Instagram pages, watching their interviews, […]

HOLDING OUR RIGHTS CLOSE

An overturn of Roe v. Wade has the potential to implicate Canada’s counterpart reproductive rights.

Glamming it up, Gilded Style: A Guide to the MET

Discussing who sparkled and who took new chances to shine at this year’s MET

WEST COAST 2 DETROIT

            The West Coast (LA, The Bay) and Detroit might not be two regions that you hear compared too often. One is warm, sunny and ocean-side while the other is an aging industrial city on the not as scenic shores of Lake Erie. However, they have one thing in common. Their music. 

10 YEARS OF MUSE ONLINE!

As many of our readers know, MUSE was first conceived in CoGro as an ambitious dream scribbled on a few pieces of lined paper, emerging […]

Cover of newest MUSE issue.

MUSE Issue XXIV Out Now!

The latest masterpiece from MUSE is here. Click to read now!

ROUTINE, REPETITION, RESOLUTION

Last year, I would set my morning alarm in exam season to 7:15am, in the baseless hope that maybe this time I wouldn’t hit snooze, […]

CELEBRATING A WIN: OMAR EL AKKAD AND WHAT STRANGE PARADISE

On Wednesday, March 23rd, the Queens English department hosted an event in honor of the Scotiabank Giller Prize and this year’s winner Omar El Akkad […]