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What’s a YouTube? 5 Podcasts to Listen to this Reading Week

By: Allison O'Brien Why have podcasts grown exponentially in popularity over the past three years? Is it because we’re tired of reading articles on screens?  Or are we attracted to them because they can be downloaded and listened to while... Continue Reading →

Why Rich Brian’s Amen Is Worth Your Time

By: Iain Burhoe Looking at Brian Imanuel, you wouldn’t assume that he is a world-renowned rapper. The Indonesian-born artist only began releasing music about two years ago, with his first popular song being “Dat $tick”, a ballad about shooting cops... Continue Reading →

Dissonance: New Art Exhibit Opens in Dawson Lounge

By: Adi Vella Please be advised that content in this article is of a sensitive nature and may trigger some readers. Reader discretion is strongly advised. the wall is a gallery space in UPEI’s Dawson lounge for exhibitions of artwork... Continue Reading →

Three Indigenous Musicians You Need to Know

By: Adi Vella As a product of the 21st century and its popular culture, I would be hardly remiss to say that I (much like my peers) consume and relish music at a level unlike any other generation of human... Continue Reading →

Purchasing Followers on Social Media

By: Scott Grant On Monday, January 15th at 7:00 P.M. or so, I decided to venture into the world of purchasing followers for my social media accounts. For this experiment I decided to use my Instagram, because who doesn’t want... Continue Reading →

Downtown Charlottetown Bubbling with Activity

By: Adi Vella Charlottetown as a city is seeing a wave of community engagement that has been adapted into the business models of local entrepreneurs. Local businesses run by enthusiastic and relatively ‘young’ individuals have created spaces throughout the city,... Continue Reading →

Are You Prepared for Finals?

As much as it scares me to say and for you to hear, finals are drawing near. Like the darkness that spreads across the sky at 5 pm, the end of the semester is an ineliminable outcome. As you sit... Continue Reading →

Iskwé

Artist Iskwé is in Charlottetown this week to brighten up the music scene with the release of her new album ‘The Fight Within’. Iskwé (pronounced ‘iss-kway’), is a Winnipeg born artist and she has been making and performing her combination... Continue Reading →

How to Halloween Party: 101

How to host a rad party you ask? Well, you need good music for starters, you could bring some mad flipping lights and if you're feeling really ambitious, add a few smoke machines. You'd be amazed how these things can... Continue Reading →

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