An exhibit currently in place at Artspace, curated by Sheena Hoszko, questions the validity of the immigration detention situation, and interrogates the ongoing apathy, lethargy and ineffective ideals that subsist in regards to the refugee crisis. Sheena’s art installation uses...
After a brief hiatus (because BPC was off soaking up some rays in Costa Rica), we’re back with empty stomachs and a serious craving for some bacon. This week’s search found us at Thurston’s Diner (769 Lock St.), an old...

Haunted Histories

Happy Halloween kids!  Maybe by the time we reach university one is too mature for bobbing for apples and dressing up like spiderman (yeah right), but no one is ever too old for a ghost story? Right? Arthur got a chance...

Street Style Issue 3

Click for full size images. Hannah North Denna Bengal Stripes
There are fundamental problems at the heart of academic knowledge production today, reinforcing the inequality of a world order that concentrates the predominance of power, wealth and influence in the hands of a minuscule few. When knowledge is held as a...
At some point during the month of September, I attended a volunteer fair that was being hosted in the Great Hall, located in Champlain College. Having enjoyed Clubs and Groups Day one week earlier, I approached the event with...
  Hello November! Now that this month is well underway (shh, don’t tell me how close we are to the end, I’ve far too much left to do before it’s done!), I am feeling stressed to the max. There are...
Click for full size image. Wes and Calla
Who has two thumbs and is about to blow your mind? *Points to self.* This girl. I’m sure you’ve heard all the PSA’s before. The ones that warn us about the effects of smoking, steroids in the meat we eat,...
OPSEU workers were set to walk out of the university this past July.  The consequences of this action would have been the physical maintenance and departmental organization of our fine institution falling into utter ruin.  Administrative workers are the...