Category: Features

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Trick or treat: Alberta said it first

By Nathan Woolridge, News Editor Halloween —€” a time when children and adults alike can dress up in costume for parties, work and of course the classic tradition of going trick-or-treating. The holiday has...

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Dear first-year me…

What advice would you give yourself starting university? By Andrea Wong, Contributor With another September come and gone, most students are falling back into their usual school rhythm or are still figuring things out....

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Carefully crafting the perfect cup of coffee

Discover the Rosso Coffee roasting process By Robyn Welsh, Publishing Editor Coffee aficionados gathered at Rosso Coffee Roasters in Ramsay on Thursday, Sept. 20 to learn about how coffee roasting turns pistachio-coloured beans into the...

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Tokyo food crawl part II

Learn more about the different kinds of food you can find in Japan’s capital By Rosemary De Souza, Features Editor Tokyo is a city filled with tourist attractions and activities that fill the itineraries of...

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How to pretend you’re organized

A stressed student’s guide to bullet journaling By Robyn Welsh and Andi Endruhn, Publishing Editor and Layout Editor There’s an elusive species of student out there in the world, who shows up to class looking...

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Tsukiji market food crawl

The hidden gems that make this district of Tokyo a foodie haven By Rosemary De Souza, Features Editor Not many street foods present the best of what a country offers, but Tokyo’s innovative nature challenges...