Posts By: Laura Seymour

Laura Seymour

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Arsenic and Old Lace

This is one of those brilliant classic black and white films that, thankfully, Hollywood hasn’t yet redone. The story centers around the likeable Cary Grant (as Mortimer), who has come home to see his favourite aunts and found they are having a quiet funeral for a gentleman who was renting one of the rooms in… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Book Review: Our Friend The Atom

I recently signed up for a 6-credit course in Anatomy and Physiology from AU. Those of you who know the course may know how intense it is. Quite a head full! I’m taking it for a couple of reasons. First, while I’m getting a B.A. with a major in Psychology, I continue to do Craniosacral… Read more »

Feedback: Course alert and AU doctoral program

We love to hear from you! Send your letters to, and please indicate if we may publish your letter in the Voice. RE: Debbie Jabbour’s Taking Notes Course Alert ( on PSYC 375; October 22, 2003. FEEDBACK: Heaps of thanks to Debbie’s column last week. I will note the heads up with SERIOUS thought… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Book Review: The Bible Code II

This book, if all points prove true, could easily be the scariest book ever written. Author Michael Drosnin is a hard-core journalist who proclaims he is not religious; therefore the bible should mean nothing to him on a spiritual level, and in fact Drosnin met with Dr. Eli Rips, the Bible Code’s discoverer, as a… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Bollywood Hollywood

When I first saw this was a Canadian production I wondered if I was going to be looking at an “artsy” film with people staring out the window. I can’t count how many times I’ve watched films like that and felt annoyed at my fellow Canadians and their idea of film making. My how times… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Book Review: East of Eden

East of Eden is my first review of an Oprah Book Club selection, and I’ve only read one other book she chose. Most of them seem to be overloaded with description and that leaves me in “word shock.” Glancing through some of her other selected books, I found it took an hour to digest a… Read more »