Short fiction horror story: “Malysh” by Emily M. Clarke

When I read “Malysh” by Emily Clarke, a first-year student in the Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing & Publishing, I was immediately struck by the number of difficult techniques Emily had pulled off, while making it all look effortless…. Read More

ESL Student Wins International Student Photo Contest

By: Prof. Tahani Al Taha Recently, one of my ESL Advanced students at HMC, Dong Quach, won the first prize of the Sheridan International Student Photo Contest. Dong followed all the required specifications listed on the contest instructions… Read More

The HUB: Akil McKenzie

2nd year Bachelor of Film and Television student Akil McKenzie organized the SSU “Making Noise with No Voice” poetry event held on Feb. 23, 2016. He reflects on the event below, and includes a poem he presented at… Read More

The Hub: Eustace Ng and Anita Yen’s “APE”

This semester’s amazing Hub piece comes from two of FHASS professor Jaime Ginter’s former students, Eustace Ng and Anita Yen, who made a brief stop-motion film inspired by one of Jaime’s courses.   From Eustace and Anita: We… Read More

The Hub: “The Mystery of the S” by Walter Carrera

After enrolling in Professor Robyn Read’s Introduction to Creative Writing class in January 2015, Sheridan Interaction Design student Walter Carrera uncovered his long-lost passion for narrative storytelling; thanks in large part to his experience in CWRT15389GD with Dr…. Read More

Professor Louisa Aleixo’s Students Compile Story-Recipe Cookbook

Inspired by the various creativity initiatives discussed at our past several FHASS meetings, Professor Louisa Aleixo recently developed and implemented a student assignment that successfully combined food, culture, storytelling, and communication skills in her intermediate ESL course. The… Read More

The HUB: The photography of Peter Grevstad

Professor Peter Grevstad (English and Literary Studies) is not just a man of letters and libraries. A consummate globe-trotter, Grevstad has long documented his experiences on the road (in Asia, Europe, Scandinavia, and everywhere in between) and here… Read More