Dudunorth Interviews Nana Bediako

Nana Bediako a.k.a ‘Mr. Tailor’ is an artist; popularly known for his fashion pieces.  With an interesting and very detailed eye for fashion, Nana focuses on creating menswear of various forms.  He makes use of his African heritage in developing fashion pieces that compare to no other. One of his first projects was featured at Sync-Afrique. … Continue reading »

Dudunorth Interviews B.C. Okah

Boloebi Charles Okah, popularly known as B.C. Okah is an artist you want to acquaint yourself with.  He is a true definition of a dream chaser. Dropping out of an Advertising degree at the University of Kansas, B.C. Okah spent three years travelling, evidently placing purpose over all.  Spending time in various countries, he was … Continue reading »

[UPDATE] – The Movement

The Movement is fast approaching! Earlier in March, we saw diverse dance teams battle for a spot in the final round of the competition in their video entries to the Movement Now that we are so close to the final round, the Erindale Campus African Students Association is cooking up more than just a dance competition … Continue reading »
The HEART Experience

The HEART Experience

Jazz concert hits Toronto’s Distillery District  On May 16th, 2015, at 7pm, Jazz saxophonist Shola Iyiola will take center stage at the Arta Gallery in Toronto’s Distillery District for ‘The HeART Experience’ concert series. This project which fuses a rich display of visual arts with soothing and uplifting jazz sounds, was initiated in the artist’s native hometown … Continue reading »

Let’s talk about Empire real quick..WTFuss???

It’s almost time for Empire’s Season Finale and the internet is going crazy..What’s the fuss about empire, really? *** A while ago, Shay messaged the WTFuss crew about this amazing new show ‘Empire’ and both Revy B and Temi agreed that it was the truth. So naturally, I searched online for “long free full trailers” of the … Continue reading »
DCS Winner Announcement

DCS Winner Announcement

Special thanks to all sponsors for pooling together funds for tuition assistance.  The recipient of the Dudunorth Community Scholarship is Adaeze Awunor.  We are more than glad to award the amount of $1,650 to her for outstanding performance in the Engineering program at the University of Windsor. Despite all, she has proven focus, tenacity and discipline in … Continue reading »