Closing the Centaur’s Fiftieth Season, ‘Blind Date’ Combines Improv and Theatre
Let’s be real—blind dates can be thrilling, but they can also be terrifying. The anticipation of meeting someone new is exciting, but what if things go wrong? What if the spark just isn’t there? What if the entire date just goes to shit?
I’m Burnt Out, You’re Burnt Out, We’re All Burnt Out
The causes of burnout are increasingly systemic.
Stingers Women’s Hockey Player Doesn’t Let Her Diabetes Stop her From Excelling on the Ice
It’s Nov. 18, and it is game day for the Concordia Stingers’ women’s hockey team. At the Ed Meagher Arena, on the ice rink, one of the players circles around the ice, warming up.
How Incarcerated Women Use Art to Heal
Dr. Felice Yuen is soon to embark on a brand new project, one that will focus on the healing of Indigenous women in provincial incarceration through traditional art-based methods.
Silversmith Siblings Talk of the Importance of Women in Their Craft
“Jewelry is, for me, one of the industries that kind of touches women of all sizes and all ages,” said Charlotte Piché. “It gives luxury to women no matter what.”