With the persistent need to question everything and in return provide a rationale for the answers, Amelia Takacs has always held a profound appreciation for writing. The correlation between her knack for extravagant storytelling and an infatuation with the more mundane aspects of life, journalism seemed the only appropriate fit.

Just breaching the world of authorship, Amelia finds solace in writing just about anything. Experimenting with aspects of politics, student issues, or personable conversation if there is something to be said, Amelia aims to convey these ideas through writing.

While she spends the majority of her time within literature, either reading or writing, Amelia also engages with aspects of the arts through painting or music.

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What is "Bury Your Gays?": Examining a Contemporary Media Trope
Media tropes, cinematic metaphors, or simply the common themes which we see across genres of entertainment have engineered the foundational societal understandings of how particular groups of people, genders, or general happenings are presented. The “Bury Your Gays” literary trope, which appeared in the late 19th century, has since entered popular social discussion resulting of the aggressive social outcry which followed the on screen death of popular The 100 character in 2016.
Writers Reading Series: Presenting Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter
On the evening of Thursday, March 21, 2024, three authors apart of Trent University faculty, Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter took to the podium for the “Writers Reading Series” at Traill College. Each presenting specific factions of their previous literary works, the three authors spoke in turn.
Public Energy Performing Arts Presents Vástádus Eana (The Answer is Land)
Public Energy Performing Arts presentation of Vástádus Eana on March 3rd, 2024.
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