Varsi-tries: A Robarts All-Nighter
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We read your submissions to our Love and Sex confessions form, and folks, you had some SPICY things to share.
Illustrations Editor Jessica Lam gives us a look at UTSC Homecoming! This is a video you're NOT gonna wanna miss.
Wondering how writing for The Varsity works? This skit breaks down the process for writing novices and seasoned experts alike.
The Varsity's Video Editor, Maya Morriswala (they/them), gives us their thoughts and reviews on some of the movies featured at TIFF 2022.
The Varsity's Video Editor, Maya Morriswala, captured their experience during Toronto's Pride month festivities.
Is Robarts Library really THAT ugly? We asked students and Professor Mary Louise Lobsinger for their opinions. Directed by Abigail Dollries Camera Operators: Stella Ting and Abigail Dollries Interviewer: Vurjeet Madan Special thanks to Prof. Lobsinger for sharing your expertise. Thanks to Jadine Ngan for lending a hand!
U of Terror: Exploring the University of Toronto’s famous ghost story Happy Halloween! Produced and Edited by Abigail Dollries Camera Operators: Stella Ting and Anastasia Kasirye Actors: Jamie Kirton, Sarah Buitrago, Andrea Zhao, and Tahmeed Shafiq
Produced and Edited by Abigail Dollries Interviews and footage provided by Jesse McDougall Music by bensound.com
Special thanks to Saarthak Saxena for organizing the “Pour One Out” event. Produced and edited by Abigail Dollries Camera Operation: Samantha Lau Soundie: Jamie Kirton Other crew: Stephanie Bai and Vurjeet Madan Music by bensound.com
Who is behind our paper? Meet the Masthead for Vol 142! See more from the Varsity by checking out our 2021-2022 Varsity Handbook: https://handbook.thevarsity.ca/ Be part of the paper’s production by signing up here: https://thevarsity.ca/get-involved/ Directed & edited by Abigail Dollries, Video Editor
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