Category: Arts

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Hollerado gives high-spirited performance

Canadian talent keeps crowd energized at Republik   Levi Severtson Staff Writer   Republik was rowdy the night of Nov. 9, as the venue played host to a three-band line-up of Canadian talent. The...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Nov. 21

Avril Lavigne   Avril Lavigne   Epic Records   Score: F Lavigne’s fifth studio release is a “teenage dispair” album that’s half-fluff and half-upbeat angst, cleverly ignoring the fact that she’s actually no longer...

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Not all good in Asgard

The latest Thor film can’t live up to its prequels   Cooper Thompson Staff Writer   Film: Thor 2: The Dark World   Director: Alan Taylor   Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Natalie...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Nov. 7

Gavin DeGraw Make a Move RCA Records Score: A+   After being away for two years, Gavin DeGraw has come back with, arguably, some of the best songs he has ever written. DeGraw continues...

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Juice box and a show

New club seeks to bring theatre back to campus with a tasty treat   Michelle Vaniersel Staff Writer   It’s been only a few months since Mount Royal’s Theatre Arts program was suspended, and...

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Still Sleddin’

Popular Calgary music fest announces its return for 2014   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Sled Island is arguably one of Calgary’s best events for music fans of any and all genres. With over...

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Spooky Music

The Reflector gives you the top three album choices for your Halloween soundtrack   Omar Omar Staff Writer   It’s that time of year again. Pumpkins are out and diabetes levels are on the...

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One month, 50,000 words

National Novel Writing Month kicks off Nov. 1   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   For a lot of students, the only significance of the first day of November is the sudden realization that the...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Oct. 24

Lorde Pure Heroine Universal Music Group Score: A     Sixteen -year-old New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde’s debut albums, Pure Heroine, was released in Canada in late September. Lorde manages to address some mature themes...