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Day: March 1, 2021

Culture

Final thoughts: The great deflection

On Feb. 4, the front pages of both the Edmonton Journal and the Edmonton Sun were left mostly blank. The logos and titles were still there, but the only other text was a statement at the bottom of the page:

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Campus

Unpaid internships in post-secondary settings

Internships are as much a part of post-secondary life as late-night cram sessions and student loans. As with the aforemen tioned, the relationship between students and internships is complicated. The idea behind internships is one of experience and value to

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Culture

Inclusivity is in vogue, literally

Marielle Terhart has become the sustainable fashion it-girl, not by mirroring the ones she once dreamed of becoming, but by making a space for herself — and others like her — next to them. Terhart is an Edmonton-based influencer whose

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News

The Edmonton Metropolitan Transit Services Commission

The Edmonton Transit Service has been the cause of much discourse over the years, often for its weaknesses. However, that might be changing for the better all because of a collaboration between eight municipalities. On Jan. 28, 2021, the Government

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Culture

Date night: A starry night you can stroll through

Have you ever looked at The Yellow House or Farmhouse in Provence and thought, “wow, how romantic it would be to walk around inside of this painting”? Previously, this thought was a mere fantasy — only possible if our dimension

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Downtown

Food for thought: Arcadia Brewing

Darren McGeown first knew he wanted to open a brewery when he was sitting in a pub with his parents in Northern Ireland at the age of six. The atmosphere, camaraderie, and community are what inspired him to take his

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News

Flame-war room

The Government of Alberta appears to be engaged in a conspiracy theory to try and discredit climate reporting — one that describes shadowy international groups handing out directions to journalists, as well as activists, non-profits, and governments in a supposed

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Campus

Student group q&a: Student Psychology Network

To start, what is your name, and what do you do with your student group? Anika Gahun: My name is Anika Gahun, and I am a co-president at the Student Psychology Network (SPN). My other co-president is Nicole Antunes, and

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Food

How-to: grow your own green onions

In the past year or so, indoor herb gardens have taken off as both a decorative trend and a convenient means of supplying your kitchen with theoretically infinite, delicious herbs. While basil, thyme, and parsley plants dominate interior decoration Instagram,

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Food

Recipe: creamy oats

Most of us have been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I am on board with that statement, because the days I have breakfast tend to be more productive than the days I skip it.

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