One witness who wished to remain anonymous described the scene of the ailing Chiu as “something out of a B-list horror movie.”
Even though the Music Technology Diploma is new, this year’s crop of graduates seems already jam-packed with musicality and professionalism.
With the problem so prevalent, one might expect governments to take more action to curb the practice, rather than the pitiful efforts that have taken place in Canada.
This novel’s strongest aspect is definitely its world, more specifically the shapeshifting magic and the mythology.
The Americanizing approach seems even more problematic and bizarre with a story as culturally specific as Death Note.
After witnessing a show full of musicianship from both vocal and instrumental ensembles, it’s impossible not to respect the time, effort, and emotion that goes into performing.
The most compelling thing about this series is the world. Bleak and desolate, the grim desperation of humanity clinging to survival in its last few cities is ominously believable.
The Douglas College Creative Writing Department has launched the 36th annual edition of Pearls, an anthology of student-written works from a variety of genres and a range of courses in the department.
“All of these events will showcase the artistry and dedication of Douglas music students and community members.”