Where Have All the Jammies Gone?

Jammie Shuttle lines caused uproar on the first day of the second semester, students claiming decreased frequency and long wait times.  By Micha Cerf (Deputy Editor-in-Chief) On 25 July 2022, …

Disruption sparks vigilance

A group of unknown individuals– not affiliated with the University– interfered with examinations in UCT’s Sport Centre, causing uncertainty in the campus community.  by Chrisli Markram (Staff Writer) On Monday …

Student Art Piece Talks Trash

Art installation by third year fine arts students on Jameson plaza intended to create awareness about proper recycling and mindfulness around personal plastic use. By Lola-May Dunn (Staff Writer)  On …

A Standing Ovation for the Oscars

The award-worthy change within the film industry. By Michelle Duffield (Staff Writer) The Oscars is a prestigious ceremony that awards the film industry for multiple categories ranging from best actor, …

The Life and Times of Michael K

The Puppet and his Master  By Amber Rose Isabelle Lara Foot’s collaboration with the Handspring Puppet Company, an adaptation of J.M. Cotezee’s text “The Life & Times of Michael K” …

Reflecting on 2021’s Academic Year

As the academic year ends, students often reflect on their experience at UCT and share new insights they have gained throughout the process. By Manoa Andriamiharisoa (Features Editor) This year …

Voting is a Choice, Not a Duty

Voting is not an obligation – the right to vote has always been about the right to choose. By Seth Meyer Election season has arrived in South Africa. Along with …