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Fall 2014

Letter from the editor Fall 2014

Making a magazine boils down to a series of choices. 

Months ago, when we began the process of producing the pages that you now hold in your hands, we had a vision. Naively, we thought it would all turn out according to the blueprint. The final product reads nothing like those expectations — just like, if I’m being honest, my life today bears almost no resemblance to the vision I had for myself at the start of university four years ago.  (more…)

Letter from design Fall 2014

It sometimes seems that we are always in transition. In the production of this magazine, that was definitely the case. In the course of designing these articles, we threw out countless ideas, tweaked visuals, and started from scratch more than we had ever anticipated. Producing this work was a journey in and of itself.  (more…)

Help me, I’m 20

Navigating the confusion and pressure of young adulthood, or, more accurately, recklessly confronting it

Alternative environments

Exploring the integration of greenery in Toronto’s urban environment

Chessboxing, anyone?

Hybrid sports bring creativity to athletics

Graffiti city

Exploring the blurred distinction between vandalism and street art

Letter from the editor Fall 2014

Explaining the theme

Sharing spaces

Students share stories from their cohabitation experiences

On the move

International students share their experiences of moving across the world and reconnecting with former peers at U of T

Mixing magic

The successes and failures of music genre mashups

City of neighbourhoods

Profiles of intersecting communities in Toronto’s east end

Printing digital

Adapting to the new industry landscape in publishing requires an understanding of both print and online

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