Sharine Taylor

About Sharine Taylor

Sharine is in her final year pursuing a major in media studies and a double minor in sociology and political science. She's excited to lead The Underground team this year and is hoping the student body will be ready for some new Underground events. She enjoys writing, reading, listening to music, being an active member of the #BeyHive and binge-watching her favourite shows on Netflix. She's looking forward to gaining new leadeship experience and growing as a writer.
17 10, 2016

Top 5 Things To Do For Halloween

October 17th, 2016|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Get your scare on this Halloween with The Underground’s Top 5 list.

21 09, 2016

Lowered Fees and Other Tuition Pleas

September 21st, 2016|News|0 Comments

The fight for lowered tuition is an ongoing battle that secondary students get begrudgingly dragged into upon deciding to pursue higher education. The Canadian Federation of Students reports that Ontario undergraduate students pay 29 per cent more than the average Canadian student, and that doesn’t factor in fees international students pay, which are disproportionately larger ...

20 04, 2016

Diversifying the Academy

April 20th, 2016|News|0 Comments

March 15 marked the annual celebration of U of T’s 189th year of operation. This year, the festivities transitioned into the digital realm where U of T-affiliated social media accounts and pages encouraged their students, faculty, staff and alumni to share sentiments of their U of T experiences with the #HBDUofT hashtag. Multiple current and ...

20 04, 2016

Which Way is Write?: Navigating the Complexities of Canada’s Media Industry

April 20th, 2016|Arts & Life|0 Comments

The rap game is hard. However, as someone who has done music journalism in the past, I can attest that the write game is no easy feat either. Though our time as writers are dotted with personal and professional accolades, for some of us there are barriers that exist that not only make it difficult ...

15 01, 2016


January 15th, 2016|Arts & Life|0 Comments

You’re back on campus and are rushing to get your new textbooks, kidding! You’re 100 per cent wishing the holiday break was extended just a tad longer and probably hoping that Frank Ocean would drop that project that he promised. Major key ???????????? to successfully transitioning back into the swing of things: check on what’s going ...