Yep, you’ve read it right. Deadpool isn’t exactly the kind of guy that you’d introduce to your parents. After third-wheeling on an advanced Valentine’s Day date, it was worth sitting for two hours at the theatre for Deadpool, which actually lived up to its hype over the past couple of months.
By Donna Sevilla and Jordan Finkelstein
Fifteen students took the stage for another edition of Humber’s Got Talent at the North Campus on Thursday.
All of the contestants were chosen from Open Mic nights that occur at both Humber campuses throughout the year.
“Throwing events like these are live and active, keeping the energy and the atmosphere up and going for Humber College,” said Thomas Walton, president of the Humber Students Federation.
The Student Centre was transformed into a stage for this special day.
The concert featured Korean-American artists San E, Jay Park and Ailee.
More than 1200 fans attended the show at Massey Hall.
Fans with a VIP package got the chance to attend the fansigning before the concert, and high-five the artists after.
By Donna Marie Sevilla
Crowdsource site Krowdpop has confirmed Toronto as a venue for the 2015 Unite the Mic tour.
KPOP UNITED, which formed in 2012, created Krowdpop is the world’s first crowdsourcing platform for K-pop concerts across the globe.
Fans can visit the Krowdpop website and enter which artist they want to see in their city, then gather a group of friends who also want to see the artist, and vote for a chance to have that artist in their city. Continue reading
Being a fan girl of a South Korean artist can be highly effective in damaging one’s social life and mental health.
Additionally, being a fan girl can also lead to people spending a large amount of money to show their support for an idol. South Korean fan clubs sometimes raise thousands of dollars and donate to charities in honour of their idol, or buy expensive birthday gifts to give to their idols.
International fans use their money for other means. Continue reading