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Day: February 1, 2018

Final Thoughts: Video games aren’t niche anymore

Do you know what Shaquille O’Neal and Jennifer Lopez have in common?  They are both listed as investors and advisors for the e-sports team NRG. In 2017, according to a study by SuperData, video games and interactive media generated over

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Food

Study spot: Remedy Café

When Sohail Zaidi — Zee for short — bought Remedy Café in 2000, the shop that once sold tuna sandwiches and powdered drinks was transformed into a space filled with deep flavours, fresh ingredients, and a welcoming atmosphere. Zee had

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Edmonton’s electronic boom

Did you know that if you search “festival city of Canada” in Google, the results are about Edmonton? Those who live in the city may not see it as a party destination, but Edmonton is actually a cultural hot spot

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Events

Warming up to winter

Edmonton winters can be tough. For seven months of the year, the streets and sidewalks are frozen, icy, and covered in snow. Some days, our city is the coldest place on the entire planet. This can make it hard to

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Downtown

Date night: A downtown date in three acts

It’s February. If you don’t know what this month means for your love life, then you need more help than I can give you in the next few minutes (need a hint? Flip ahead a few pages. Got it? Good.

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Food

Recipe: Filled chocolate drops

Valentine’s Day can cause a lot of stress in regard to finding gifts for loved ones, and that stress can rack up quite the bill. Fear no more, friends, for homemade chocolates are a great way to show a loved

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Lifestyle

How-to: File your taxes

Prepare yourself for the experience of being a true adult: after you read this article, you will be able to confidently file your own taxes. According to the Government of Canada’s website, here are the steps for correctly filing your

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Campus

Bridging communities with TEDx

While Student Research Day is celebrated annually at MacEwan University, faculty research often goes unnoticed. This year, however, TEDxMacEwanU gave faculty members the opportunity to shine a light on their research while sharing innovative thinking with the community. To anyone

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MacEwan University’s PASS Program

The Physical Activity for Student Success (PASS) Program helps bridge the gap between mental and physical wellness. The goal of the program, according to MacEwan University Sport and Wellness’ informational brochure, is to use physical activity as a coping strategy

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Campus

Club Q + A: United Nations Club

When was the UN Club created? Micheal Ziegler: It was created in 1993 as an initiative of both students and Dr. Mensah, a political science faculty advisor. The original idea was to create a class, which had to start out

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