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Author: Brittany Burridge

Events

Area 51 and Dusk at Deadmonton

This year, Deadmonton decided that one scary course wasn’t enough. Additionally to their Area 51 theme, they added a New Orleans-styled haunt called “Dusk” to make sure nobody leaves unscathed.  The setup before walking into the warehouse is perfect for

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Lifestyle

Looking at the bright side

Who has a newfound appreciation and respect for stay-at-home moms right now? The news is full of all stories COVID-19 and everyone is aware of the situation. Everybody has been affected in some way: students are unable to go to

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Date night

Date Night

Typically, date night means dinner, a movie, and maybe a concert if you’re feeling spicy. But for your next date night, I highly recommend a rage room. A rage room is a place that lets customers destroy items such as (but

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Lifestyle

Black Label Society plays at Midway

Black Label Society played on Sunday, March 8 at Midway. Theirs is the first concert to take place since the bar opened and they put on a wicked show, setting the bar high for future acts. Midway is a relatively

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Campus

The SAMU Building

The SAMU Building, while still under construction, has made varying impressions on students.  Some students say they believe the building is too new to have fully formed judgements, such as Hilary Scott, a first-year taking Bachelor of Arts.  “I like

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Culture

Royal Tusk returns to Edmonton

Royal Tusk first formed in Edmonton in 2011, but a lot has changed since then. Currently, they are on tour for their latest album, Tusk Ⅱ, and their songs are targeting deeper issues.  Daniel Carriere, the main vocalist for Royal

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Food

Fast Pesto Chicken Recipe

When the school year gets busy, it’s hard to find time for things like laundry, cleaning, or cooking. Healthy eating often gets pushed aside in favour of comfort food and fast food; there’s a reason for the term “freshman 15.” So

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Culture

Movie review: The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle is a movie based on a memoir by Jeannette Walls. Walls (Brie Larson) and her three siblings (as adults, the characters are played by Sarah Snook, Josh Caras, and Brigette Lundy-Paine) have dysfunctional parents (Woody Harrelson and

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Culture

Movie review: Colombiana

In the movie Colombiana, 10-year-old Cataleya (Zoe Saldana), witnesses the harsh murder of her parents by a drug lord. After a series of suspenseful events, Cataleya ends up moving from Bogota, Colombia to Chicago, Illinois with her uncle. The movie

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