Category: Columns

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Ex-lover overload

by Selina Renfrow I used to keep a list. I even used to rank them. I never bragged but I didn’t lie. However, after awhile I ripped out the page from my notebook and...

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An appeal for something more

by Sean-Paul Boynton I remember my first month at Mount Royal, and the freedom I felt when I was able to walk into a bar right on campus. No driving was necessary, no carpooling...

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Losing your v-card

by Selina Renfrow I don’t know too many people who would rate their first time having sex as their best sexual experience. For some people it’s special, others it’s awkward, and for many it’s...

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Athletes are true ambassadors

by Aisha Vance As millions of people invade the Olympic city of Vancouver and the excitement of corporate products, sponsors and entertainment sets in, it’s easy to forget about the athletes that are taking...

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Missed opportunity

 I am far from perfect.As a journalist however, I do pride myself on always being on time to do interviews or conduct photo shoots.   The Olympic torch was in town recently, in case...

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Team Canada part deux

by Joe McFarland     Guest Columnist You have to feel for Steve Yzerman and Co. He’s assembled what he thinks is the best 23-man roster that Canada has to offer. Win gold and he’ll be...

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When tradition turns to tedium

The arrival of the holiday season can be seen in a number of ways: the appearance of Christmas lights hanging from the houses of your eager neighbours; Lite 96’s 24-hour playlist of carols and...

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No strings attached

Don’t hate the game, hate the player — oh wait, it’s the reverse: don’t hate the player, hate the game. Whatever. Either way, hating the game or the player is beside the point. The...