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.
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 ...

10 02, 2016

Monogamy vs. Polygamy: Arts

February 10th, 2016|Feature|0 Comments

Some of us have been the victim, or the perpetrator, of what labels and titles mean in and to an intimate relationship. At its core, it all boils down to exploring concepts of monogamy and polyamory. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, polyamory is defined as “The state or practice of having more than one open ...

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 ...

6 11, 2015

From Campus to Campus

November 6th, 2015|Arts & Life, Feature|0 Comments

Sharine Taylor, The Underground - St. George Preconceived Notions of UTSG: Overcrowded campus Hart House would be very busy Tradition would overtake modern interests Having visited the UTSG campus prior to this trip, I had anticipated a heavy flow of students rushing to get to class. My visits downtown were always on the weekends and were primarily ...

4 10, 2015

ArtSpace: Filling The Void

October 4th, 2015|Feature|0 Comments

Universities are often regarded as the institutions that are grounds for innovative avant-garde research and discoveries. Whether it be unearthing a new scientific breakthrough or deconstructing dated research to correspond with modernity, there is always going to be limitless amounts of financial investments to fund research projects that will ultimately be listed as another achievement ...