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Day: April 13, 2022

Campus

To serve and to protect

When two locals, Michael Dronyk and Lucas Kowalski, found themselves with RCMP officers pointing guns at their heads on Feb. 5, 2022, it was not quite the day they had imagined for themselves. According to Dronyk, “they just started like

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Food

Food for thought: Brew and Bloom

Brew and Bloom is one of those exquisite places you enter and are immediately taken away by its beauty. The café, flower and gift shop is a women-led business that serves the Edmonton community differently. This storefront location at 10550

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Culture

How to: Grow your own garden

As a long and particularly stubborn winter comes to an end, it’s the perfect time to start pulling out the gardening gloves and get planting. Don’t let a lack of space stop you from taking up gardening. You can start

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Campus

Creative Spotlight: AJA Louden

Edmonton artist AJA Louden started his artistic journey with just a stack of papers. As the first-born child to busy, entrepreneur parents, he would keep himself occupied by drawing. “That was kind of my first introduction to making things,” he

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Opinions

Review: The Afterparty

From Ted Lasso to Mythic Quest, Apple’s quality of original shows offered through their Apple TV+ subscription service has been impressively high. By the end of its eight near 35-minute episodes, The Afterparty, a new whodunit comedy series brought to

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Day Trip

Day trip: Alberta Camping

Spring is here, and with warmer weather and the winter semester coming to an end, some individuals might want to get away to the great outdoors. For those who are looking to get away with friends, make campfires, and soak

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