Category: Features

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Diving into fashion head first

by Asha Siad When Courtney Sokal, 24, and Kelby Price, 21, were showing swine flu-like symptoms last August, they had to be quarantined for a week. Fortunately, it wasn’t swine flu, but what they...

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Classrooms gone virtual

By Katie Turner The daunting task of waking up for an 8 a.m. class may be enough to drive any student to online classes but the computer classroom presents its own unique challenges. For...

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Spice up your Valentine’s celebrations

by Selina Renfrow February is a cold, cold month. If you’re someone who actually likes winter sports (I’m not), you can laugh in the face of the cold and have fun skiing, snowboarding, ice...

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Beating boredom: Got books?

Oh why hello there dear readers. Hope all of you are doing splendidly. It’s that time again, time for another lovely suggestion of how you can possibly fill your time if you are as...

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Click to purchase

by Megan Darragh Wouldn’t we all love to skip the long lines at the mall, the cold bus rides or the lack of parking stalls? For years people have been happily shopping from the...

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Sexy-time soundtracks

Music can have an incredible impact on any part of one’s life at any moment in time. We associate certain songs with memories that have meaning to us – the music can sometimes enhance...

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Pour yourself a hot one

With Calgary immersed in the crisp winter season, there’s nothing better on a cold day than a nice hot bev­erage to help one forget about their daily stresses. Although some people swear by their...

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MRU saves eyesight of student’s son

It is every mother’s worst nightmare. Being thrust into a situation where they’re completely powerless in helping their suffering child. For Mount Royal student Pat Hinds, this became an unwelcome reality. As most people...