OPENWIDE Team Applications

Openwide is the FIMS magazine! We are currently accepting applications for our promotions, graphics, and photography teams – each of these will be a year long executive role. If you would just like to write an article then come out to the writer’s meeting on September 15. For more information, check out the Openwide Facebook […]

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OPENWIDE Applications 2017/2018

Want to take your leadership skills to the next level? Get hands-on experience of what it’s like to work on a print and online publication? Apply to be on the editorial team for the summer and 2017/2018 school year! We’d love to work with you and see what creative ideas you can bring to Openwide. […]

OPENWIDE Launch Party

Celebrate OPENWIDE’s first official issue of the 2016 school year at our annual launch party! Come for the martinis, stay for the friends…and pick up your OPENWIDE copy while you’re there! 19+, all students and faculties welcome WHEN: Thursday, November 3rd, 9pm WHERE: Martini Bar (645 Richmond St) Check out the FB event page here!

OPENWIDE Issue Release Party

Your one-night stand with OPENWIDE Magazine. Join FIMS and OPENWIDE on November 21st at the APK to celebrate the release of our second issue. Featuring an acoustic set by FIMS’ Ainsleigh Burelle and DJ DAICON (FIMS’ Jordan Pearson). Doors open at 8 pm. *This is a free all ages event.* Date: November 21 Time: 8 pm Location: APK Live […]

OPENWIDE: A New Machine

The OPENWIDE team is proud to announce that the February print edition of OPENWIDE is now on stands in NCB and UCC! In this edition, expect to find articles that ask some probing questions about structures of authority, racism on campus, school shootings, Americanization of film, and much more. Or, read it right here! February […]

OPENWIDE: Changes

Let us reintroduce ourselves: We are OPENWIDE The December issue of the newly renamed OPENWIDE is now on stands. It’s all about change and the many ways we experience it. From music, to alternative anti-capitalist lifestyles, discussions on the USC’s power, “vampire capitalism,” #HurricaneSandy, and more. Expect to find critical and engaging stories, poetry, and photography […]