INFAMY PART 1 by Bazaar By The Varsity published on 2019-01-23T17:54:39Z INFAMY PART 1 Bazaar is The Varsity’s variety podcast about lyfe at U of T and beyond, produced by Blythe Hunter. This episode’s bits: CONSERVATIVES DISCUSS Three conservative students have a frank discussion about U of T’s campus environment, touching on how their politics affect their academic and social lives, why they think Gen Z is leaning further right, the dangers of tribalism, and the all-important need for the left and right to listen to each other. — Noora Zahedi Neysiani — Guests: Omar Alattar, Alfredo Hernandez, and Darya Rahbar CITIZEN KANE IS...GOOD? What makes Citizen Kane the so-called greatest of all time, and why do so many people come out of it underwhelmed? One student investigates its initial reception, subsequent legacy, and what it all ultimately says about what we consider ‘great’ in a film. — Sam Routley ON THE GROUND What factors, exactly, make a protest in Toronto violent? The reporters who covered clashes between police and protesters at the November 2018 Munk Debate explain what it’s like to be on the ground as pepper spray flies and people are batoned. — Ann Marie Elpa, Josie Kao, and Andy Takagi Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved or to comment!