Entertaiment is a broad term that includes anything that is enjoyed for pleasure and enjoyment. Examples include watching movies or TV, listening to music, reading novels and short stories, playing video games and board games, and visiting art galleries or museums. The word entertainment derives from the Medieval Latin intertenere, meaning “to hold inside.” In a broader sense, it can be used to describe any activity that holds one’s attention and interest. The Fall 2011 issue of TEN Magazine (Tertiary Education News) was dedicated to the topic of Entertaiment. This article was adapted from the fall issue of TEN Magazine.