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No Miss for Leaving Thomas

Singer/songwriter duo’s first headlining show sold out this month Masha Scheele, Layout Editor Whether it’s for a brand new pet or picking up a new moniker, naming something is more difficult than it seems. Finding...

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Throwing it Back to ‘69

A play on the history of Calgary’s LGBTQ+ community Melanie Walsh, Sports Editor For all lovers of Calgary and the rich, diverse history the city embodies, 69: Legislating Love & The Everett Klippert Story will...

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The Gridiron Gang

Everything you need to know before Super Bowl 50 Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor Much like Christmas or Star Wars movies for the next few years, the Super Bowl is an annual spectacle that sports and...

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REFLECTORIAL: On Self-Care …

How do you take care of yourself? This issue in our features section we are talking about self-care. It is such an important part of being a university student and often goes unattended. Why...

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Treat Yo’self

Why self-care matters Kate Holowaty, Features Editor As students we have all had that moment where we question whether or not we are taking the best care of ourselves. Between pulling all-nighters to hand in...

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Classic Cougar Spirit

Students bring down the house at the fourth annual Crowchild classic and break CIS record in the process Brendan Stasiewich, Staff Writer If you’re reading this, it’s too late. The annual Crowchild Classic between the...

Looking over the West End from the Sunalta Station; the area could be transformed in years depending on how well the Flames and the City Work together | Photo by Patrick Gibson 0

Replacing the Saddledome

Potential development in Calgary could include a new Flames arena Patrick Gibson, Contributor Snow is beginning to dust the 30-some cranes that occupy the north part of Edmonton’s downtown, but they show no signs of...