Cinevangelism Interlude: Televangelism with Evangeline Robins: VOL I: “Love and Chainsaws” the She-quel: On the Animatic Adaptation of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man (2022)
Challenging herself to review something topical (or at least from this century) for once, Evangeline sinks her devilish teeth into Studio MAPPA's adaptation of Chainsaw Man.
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Evan Robins
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January 25, 2023
Cinevangelism Christmas Special: In Defense of Die Hard (1988)
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Evan Robins
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December 22, 2022
In the follow-up to her critically-acclaimed film column, authoritarian opiner of all things cinema Evangeline Robins examines the most divisive subject of seasonal debate, all with a helping seasoning of salt.
Meet the Locals | So…Who The F*ck are The Mickies? 
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Irene Suvillaga
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December 15, 2022
Head Journalist, Irene Suvillaga, talks to Adam Tairo and James Mitchell of the Peterborough-based punk-rock band, The Mickies. This is the second instalment of the "Meet the Locals" series which seeks to shine a light on local figures who are involved in Peterborough's arts and culture scene.
Edit Like Hell: An Interview with PJ Thomas on Waves
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Owen Harrison
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December 15, 2022
Waves, the latest poetry collection by former Arthur editor PJ Thomas, is a study in mental health and poetry. Journalist Owen Harrison attends Thomas' book launch and interviews the poet herself.
A Neurodivergent Student’s Guide To Local Activities and Events
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Emi Habel
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January 23, 2023
Emi Habel gives an exhaustive run-down on local events in and around campus for students looking for a quieter social experience.
Plant-Based Peterborough: Nateure's Plate
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Bethan Bates
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December 23, 2022
The first instalment in Bethan Bates' new series Plant-Based Peterborough where she reviews the vegetarian and vegan eateries in Peterborough/Nogojiwanong. This article reviews Nateure's Plate a vegan restaurant in Peterborough's downtown that features meat replacements all made in house by co-owner Chef Nate White.
Why Santa IS Real
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Angela Slater-Meadows
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December 20, 2022
Senior Journalist Angela Slater-Meadows explores the history of Santa Claus in North America and abroad.