Category: Arts

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The conversation continues

Calgary-based Axis of Conversation release long-awaited album   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   In October 2006, Axis of Conversation released their first EP, There’s Hope for You Yet (Just Kidding). Now, seven years later,...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for September 12

Big Sean Hall of Fame Getting Our Our Dreams Score: B+   With catchy songs like “Ashley” and “Beware,” featuring Miguel and Lil’ Wayne respectively, Big Sean’s second studio album Hall of Fame is...

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No more lovin’

The show won’t go on for I Heart MRU   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   New Student Orientation (NSO) can be an overwhelming two days for new students to Mount Royal. It is a...

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We Are The City and Royal Canoe rock SAIT

Co-headliners convince a less-than-enthusiastic crowd to have a good time   Levi Severtson Contributor   On a rainy night that was as gloomy as the students still recovering from returning to school and the...

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Ross Rants: Enough is enough

Epcor Centre is just he latest victim of cuts to the Arts in AB   Nathan Ross Web Editor   It seems as though more and more often that any news involving the word...

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CIFF: The fest for film buffs

Discovering new talent right here at home   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Hot on the heels of the Toronto International Film Festival, the 14th Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is gearing up to...

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MRU theatre grad student’s electric debut

Alumni debuts self-written and self-directed play   Nathan Ross Web Editor   While most students use summer to take a break from school, one Mount Royal graduate decided to apply what he learned to...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for September 5

Volcano Choir Repave Jagjaguwar Score: A+   Last year, Justin Vernon announced that he was going to take some time away from the incredibly successful Bon Iver. Instead, in between providing samples for Kanye...

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The summer of festivals

Sled Island, Folk Fest, and X-fest gave Calgarians all they could handle   Nathan Ross Web Editor   Calgary showed a lot of resiliency in dealing with the flood this summer, and that attitude...