A group of White People are barbecuing. Music plays on their stereos as they pass burgers around picnic tables. Men drink beer, children play cricket. When the ball rolls down to the nearby lake, a young White Boy chases to catch it. That is when he spots a small power-boat of uniformed Black People approaching […]
Treaty Lands, Global Stories has always operated on the premise that storytelling is a powerful tool through which we can learn. Stories transport us and show us unreachable perspectives. They confront us with realities we have never considered before. Our bias towards storytelling is frankly obvious: the word story is our name, after all!
Halloween is over. Uma Casa de Sangue comes to a conclusion.
Uma Casa de Sangue is an exploration of natural and supernatural architecture, centered around the mystery of a real-world bleeding house.
This is a true story.
Missed the co-op fair? Here’s the guide to over 30 architecture and design firms in 25 different cities!
A photo essay by Samuel Ganton.
Poorna Patange shares experiences she and others have had as Canadians working in Europe.
During their recent field trip, 1A students were tasked with photographing Montreal’s social landscape, architecture, and scenes of light and movement.
Studio Soundtrack features songs selected by a student at Waterloo Architecture.