Travel ideas for college students feeling budget squeeze
College students have an array of expenses they have to pay throughout the school year that limit their ability to engage in recreational travel. Tuition, rent, transit, and food costs add up, leaving little to no room for vacations, activities, or social life in their budget. Skedline reporters conducted... Read more
Toronto chosen to host A.R Rahman’s new virtual reality film
Lighthouse Immersive in downtown Toronto housed a red carpet event hosted by Malarr Entertainment on Monday, Nov. 14 for two-time Oscar and Grammy-winner A.R Rahman’s new virtual reality film Le Musk. Le Musk, meaning ‘the scent,’ is a 37-minute virtual reality short film about a young woman named Juliet... Read more
The error of true crime
The public’s appetite for true crime has grown over recent years. Whether the story was delivered on a podcast, docuseries or movie, audiences will flock to listen to podcasts or watch films and TV shows about real-life cases murders, kidnappings, assaults, fraud and all the different variations of high-profile... Read more
The sad truth about gentrification in lower-class neighbourhoods
Cabbagetown has long been a historic gem. With multiple roads of historically preserved houses, restaurants of so many different cuisines, and local farmers’ markets at Riverdale Park in the summer, Cabbagetown has variations of cultures and a sense of community. There is, however, one flaw to Cabbagetown. It has... Read more
Latin Fall Fiesta to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month
The Latin Parade and Fall Fiesta took place at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto this past Sunday, Oct. 9. This was a great opportunity for Hispanics to get together, and enjoy their foods, crafts and music. This event takes place every year during the month of October and its mission... Read more
Becoming food conscious during the holidays
The holidays are a joyous time when friends and families gather to celebrate with delicious foods and treats. But unfortunately, food waste takes an economic toll. With inflation on the rise, becoming food conscious at the grocery store will help your bank accounts. According to the National Zero Waste... Read more
October is Hispanic Heritage Month in Canada
Fall festivities just started. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and later this month, Halloween. However, for many Canadian Hispanics, October means Hispanic Heritage Month, and this is a time for us to celebrate and be proud of the contribution many Hispanics have given. From Hispanic filmmakers, artists and... Read more
LGIC returns to in-person exhibits, with a pop
TORONTO – The curatorial team at Humber College’s Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre (LGIC) has returned to hosting in-person exhibits at the campus’ Welcome Centre after two years. Since February 2020, the LGIC had shifted their exhibits to a virtual format due to the pandemic. They have returned with an... Read more
New Music: Brian Johnson on upcoming remix album ‘That Culture’
Toronto-based artist Brian Johnson is set to release a new full-length album named “That Culture” next year. While studies have shown that mental health issues during the pandemic have contributed to a lack of motivation and difficulty concentrating, Johnson says he was able to be productive during lockdown. “The... Read more
Unofficial ban on critiquing minority cultures allows dictators to flourish: Banoo Zan
By Saloni Bhugra Three years after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated, an “unofficial ban” on critiquing minority cultures is allowing dictators to flourish, says Iranian-born poet and author Banoo Zan. On Dec 7, 2021, a suspect in the murder of Khashoggi was arrested in France. The arrest took place... Read more