Tagged: food

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Thriving or not in Wyckham

by Claire Miglionico In early March, the SAMMIES – a video contest focused on capturing a favourite SAMRU service in a creative manner – were cancelled due to a lack of applicants. With this...

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Chickens on the way…maybe

by Zoey Duncan Clucking, pooping, flapping, and laying, the humble chicken is popping up in a few Calgary backyards despite a bylaw that orders otherwise. The Canadian Liberated Urban Chicken Klub (CLUCK) has been...

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Vegetarian options at MRU

by Zoey Duncan When people are hungry, they eat. For vegetarians, solving that recurring hunger problem on campus can seem tougher than biting into a broiled slab of tofu. While diets vary, some people...

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Recovering from the quake

By Shiva Kashi It was in the late afternoon on Jan. 12, when Nikdosht Nouban noticed the floor of her second-storey apartment in Port-au-Prince begin to shake. She ducked in a doorway for refuge....

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Managing stress, one bite at a time

    by Zoey Duncan Have exams and expenses got you on edge? Your eating habits on stress-filled days can compromise your health and make it tougher to study. During stressful times in our...

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Stampede: 2009 in photos

As the raucous 10 days that were Stampede 2009 come to a close The Reflector concludes its coverage with a final compilation of our top photos. Whether it was the thrill of the rodeo,...

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Stampede: One hour, 1800+ calories

Disclaimer — Before reading the following, it is not recommended you try this experiment unless you are wise and knowledgable of the ways of junk food. I have been practicing the art of junk food consumption...