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Politics as Usual: Weighing in on the student protest movement.

So we’ve talked a lot about the student strike and protests on the show (listen if you like, all episodes are archived here on the blog). 1,252 more words

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RantBlog: Really Though?! Anger over the Le Pionnier permit banning hip hop shows.

For those who haven’t heard, Diane Marois, owner of the West Island bar Le Pionnier, recently told the press about her struggles with permits to serve alcohol in her bar. 338 more words

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Feminism and Hip Hop [An Essay]

A few semesters back, Caity wrote an amazing essay about feminism and Hip-Hop with a focus on Black female representation and identification in Hip-Hop. In honor of our beloved Hip-Hop culture and International Women’s Day, we wanted to share with you all. 3,637 more words

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Concept-driven, flippin' awesome.

I set out expecting to write about how disappointing it is when amazing artists kind of fall by the wayside, and stop putting music out. Originally this section was supposed to be devoted to doing album reviews of, you know, current NEW albums. 458 more words


Lather, Rinse and Repeat.

Oh, the repeat button. Definitely one of my favourite buttons, to the annoyance of my brother, and probably every person I’ve ever lived with. What is it about an album or a song that makes me need to hear it over and over again? 593 more words

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Caity talks graffiti

I’m sure most of you have heard about or seen Our Lady of Grace (Notre Dame de Grace), the five storey mural on Sherbrooke St. 534 more words


Caity's Open letter to Hip Hop

How a prairie born dork fell so hard in love with Hip Hop

Growing up, I was not exposed to very much Hip Hop at all. 280 more words

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