Day: April 9, 2018
EventsTim Johnson

Albertans march for gun control

Hundreds gathered at the Alberta legislature on Saturday, March 24, as part of an international “March for Our Lives” aimed at reinforcing current gun laws and stopping future school shootings.   As the demonstrators gathered before the stairs leading up to...

CampusOlivia Wik

Studying with snacks and zombies

If you’re a night owl, evenings like March 22 were made for you. Late Night at the Library is an event that takes place once a semester to help students get the educational assistance they need if daytime isn’t their thing. Snacks are brought in, librarians are on...

EducationBee Wild

The burden of buying books

There are a lot of reasons some modern university students are choosing not to purchase textbooks. The books are expensive, heavy, and often not used enough in class to justify the purchase, and sometimes the information in them is either out of date or incorrect....

FoodCourtney Bettin

Food for thought

  People have always had a complex relationship with food. Today, food is usually consumed in between classes, while running from one meeting to the next, or when driving home from a long day. We may not even think about what we’re eating. But food has a much...

CampusLydia Fleming

A student hub

Environmentally friendly, natural light, a moss wall, and a welcoming atmosphere. After 12 years of planning, the Students’ Association of MacEwan University (SAMU) broke ground on their new building last year.   Many of the final details are being decided and...

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