Category: Features

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Holiday survival guide

by Aaron Chatha It’s gonna be a cold one. The roads are icy and our lawns are white. Reports on Nov. 23 pegged Calgary as the second-coldest city in the world. While this wasn’t...

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A good meal for $15 or less

by Rachel Frey Have you sampled all that Wyckham House has to offer? Exhausted the options in the Herb ‘n’ Market? Eaten so many of those pre-packaged Sodexo sandwiches that they’ve been informally named...

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The be naughty list

by Vanessa Gillard It’s as cold as Frosty’s snow- balls outside, and I’m sure many of you would like nothing more than to deck the halls with the notes you’ve written this semester. Yep,...

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Your B.O. is turning me on

by Vanessa Redux Ever got a whiff of someone’s B.O., specifically from their armpit, and wondered why you weren’t really all that turned off by it, and realized that you probably wouldn’t kick them...

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For city bakers, secret ingredient is love

by Aaron Chatha With the hypnotic aroma, calming heat and all the wonderful options, it’s hard not to love being in a bakery. It’s often said that cakes and pastries are made with love,...

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Love, suffering and recovery

by Jesse Hove I have fallen in love only once in my life. She was the first girl I said “I love you” to and she had the prettiest nose imaginable. Our dates usually...

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Disabled but still able

by Bryan Weismiller Joe Waring could be worried about anything, but he’s only concerned with getting a free Booster Juice at the moment. Despite having Cerebral Palsy and requiring a wheelchair, Waring seems more...

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What it means to be a religious extremist

by Jesse Hove Words like extremist and fundamentalist are often thrown around in the media and in Western society when referring to religious people and communities who promote hatred and murder towards others. Unfortunately,...