Category: Arts and Life

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Coping in the age of adaptation

With the release and critical acclaim of David Fincher’s new film adaptation of the bestseller novel Gone Girl, the sheer volume of book adaptations in modern cinema is once again brought to our attention.

Photo by Jody Waardenburg

Poppin’ tags: thrifting as fashion craze

With the opening of previously-owned clothing store The Patch, as well as consignment boutique Luster and Oak we can see that fashion has recently taken a turn in a different direction.

Graphic by Shannon Millar

Pets can be ‘ruff’

The answer for many Wilfrid Laurier University students to adjust to the new atmosphere easier is to get a pet to accompany them.

Photo by Will Huang

Alvvays bring the smiles

After a three-year absence, Molly Rankin has returned to Waterloo with a new band, a new album and a new fan base.

Graphic by Joshua Awolade

Lessons learned in youth

As a child, life was a big playground — you were being told that you could be anything you wanted to be.

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Gains cites K-W as helping him in the start

Cambridge native Conor Gains was eight-years-old when he received his first Fender Stratocaster from his dad. Now at the age of 21, Gains has just released his first album, Run Away With the Night, and has finished up touring across…

Photo by Moyo Arewa

Shad comes back home to Laurier

“It feels very nice to be at a point where I’ve made four albums, people respect me and I get to participate in the culture of this country.” -Shad