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Zarin Tasnim

About Zarin Tasnim

Zarin is third year student completing a double major in social anthropology and human biology. If there were one word she would use to describe herself, it would be “introspective”. She believes that experiences shape the person that we become, so regular self-reflection, whether it’s on a bus ride or through writing in her journal, is a must. When she isn’t caught marathoning Law and Order: SVU or frantically taking notes for her classes, she can be seen reading books or covered in acrylic paint from an impromptu art session. She’s looking forward to gaining knowledge as an editor and spending quality time with the awesome team at The Underground.
21 09, 2015

Reckless Abandon – Zarin Tasnim

September 21st, 2015|Playlists|0 Comments

Dear readers, Gone are the days when mornings weren’t a rushed frenzy out the door to barely make it to lecture; gone are the days when you could lay back against the fresh grass and let your thoughts free. It’s been three weeks since school’s started and the familiar surge of anxiety feels like an ...

1 04, 2015

Hyped up for Nothing: A Year of Clichéd Movies

April 1st, 2015|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Films are platforms that materialize the ideas we envision as a visual experience. The industry has inspired the exploration of new realms through mediums of film and animation. From space exploration to the depths of the ocean, filmmakers have access to technology that allows them to traverse previously-impossible realities. This freedom they enjoy comes with ...

12 03, 2015

Stories of Resistance

March 12th, 2015|News|0 Comments

“My feminism is unapologetic,” said Yusra Khogali, a workshop coordinator at the third annual Stories of Resistance conference. The conference was held by the Women & Trans* Centre and SCSCU’s Scarborough Campus Anti-Racism Subcommittee (SCARS) on Mar. 7. The event was centred around feminist issues and strived to bring to light the reality that surrounds ...

12 02, 2015

Sex Education in Ontario’s Government Curriculum

February 12th, 2015|News|0 Comments

Sex education in Ontario has been a topic of serious debate. The current curriculum taught to students in Ontario has not been updated since 1998. After strong objections to a revised program back in 2010, a new and improved curriculum is set to be released this upcoming school year. In contrast to the existing curriculum ...

29 01, 2015

Villa Toronto

January 29th, 2015|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Art is no longer a reflection of life, rather it is a play on imagination set loose. In the recent years, art has expanded into new territory – breaking convention and challenging everyday life. A participator in this movement, is the VILLA project – a travelling exhibition featuring art through unique lenses. Not exactly an ...