Recent Articles

Review: Mongolian throat singing is unlike anything else

Khöömei — the long, low overtone emanating from the singers' throats — is hypnotic and calming. Anda Union brought it from their homes in Mongolia and filled the Chan Centre with a sound the likes of which it has never played host to before.

Coming to Culture: Martial arts, slam poetry at MOA and dance-offs

We’re one week away from April and it’s the time of the year where the semester is winding down, but we haven’t the slightest amount of courage to face the Everest-high pile of assignments that’s amassed itself throughout the semester.

Preview: The Choir of King’s College is the world's gold standard

Choral music is a profoundly moving auditory experience. Hearing delicate voices fill the space of a hall, chapel or theatre is a serene and unmatched musical event. On March 26, The Choir of King's College will perform at the Chan Centre.

Review: Quinn XCII is a showman worth watching

Quinn XCII is your standard white, Midwestern blog rapper. He fit the venue of Fortune Sound Club perfectly — a small and intimate venue for primarily electronic music-backed artists with tight production.

"So, I had an abortion..."

The website “So, I had an abortion…” launched this January with the intention of de-stigmatizing the topic of, well, abortion, while also providing a forum for people to share their stories. The project is the creation of Julia Santana Parrilla.