• Features
  • Barbie becomes more diverse

    I scanned the high shelves as I walked down the aisle. Bright colours like yellow, blue, and pink drew my attention. Hundreds of smiling faces stared back at me, unblinking. I admit that you can catch me walking around in Toys ‘R’ Us once every couple of months to see what kind of new or […]

  • Features
  • Horror isn’t so horrible

    I remember watching my first horror movie when I was five or six. My grandparents had the pay-per-view plan on their TV, and 13 Ghosts was playing continuously on one of the channels.   I was just a kid, but it didn’t scare me as much as it should have. A big glass house with […]

  • Arts and Culture
  • Dope hero

    Latin Americans, even here in Fredericton, can’t escape him. The notorious Pablo Escobar cast a shadow over Colombia in an unprecedented reign as the world’s richest and most ruthless drug dealer. Now in the grave, he’s casting his shadow on TV screens with the Netflix hit Narcos.

  • Danielle Elliott
  • Virtual peace of mind

    Walking with dinosaurs, flying through space and even psychological treatments. Danielle Elliott takes a trip into the past, present and future of Virtual Reality. What we can realistically expect of this emerging technology? Will it isolate us from humanity or save us from ourselves? Which do we take, the red pill or the blue pill? […]