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Day: February 4, 2016

Campus

Career fair encourages students to “get to work!”

Résumés, business cards, and ties? Students at MacEwan University ditched their backpacks and sweatpants for a day to meet with some of Edmonton’s top employers. On Jan. 20, MacEwan’s Career Services hosted its annual Get to Work Career Fair on

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NEF
Culture

You are enough at Not Enough Fest

There’s no question that the mainstream music scene is generally centred on white heterosexual male musicians. It seems that whenever female, queer, or transgender people take the stage, the focus is often on their identity, rather than their music. This

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coding
Education

The language of now

<TITLE> <HEAD> <HTML> I’m sorry, what was that? What you see above is code: the language of the future, or, more accurately, the language of the now. Coding, however, is unlike any other dialect. In short, it’s writing things that

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hookah
Lifestyle

Hookah and chill

On Thursday evenings, The Sultan Palace (located on 109 Street, just north of Jasper Avenue) is the place to be. After the waitress prompts you to select your flavour, you look around to see customers creating delicate shapes with the billowing

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Campus

Club Q&A Series: MacEwan Sexual Health Club

The MacEwan Sexual Health Club is an inclusive, accessible resource for sex-positive information for people of all genders, sexualities, bodies, abilities, and ethnicities. So, what do you do with the MacEwan Sexual Health Club? AH: My official title is “president.”

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Opinions

February Letter from the Editor

 February is the month of love, the month of reading week, and — in my opinion — the last real month of winter. Some of you will scoff at the bookends of that sentence, but Valentine’s Day is here whether we

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tea leaves
Downtown

The reading

The door jingled as we walked in. We were greeted by a bright-pink poster featuring Polaroid photos of past fortune recipients and a description of the kinds of fortune telling offered at the Russian Tea Room. We were shown to

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isolation
Education

Solitary confinement

Recently, I watched a time-lapsed video of Nicholas White, a man stuck in an elevator for 41 hours. It was 11 p.m. when he took an elevator down the McGraw-Hill Building in New York, heading down to smoke a cigarette.

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final thoughts
Opinions

Final Thoughts: What is love?

What is love? The word means different things to different people, and even the same person will use it differently depending on the context. People also express their love in different ways. A fellow named Chapman suggests that words of

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