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Author: Claudia Steele

Day Trip

Day Trip: CrossIron Mills

Few things are more Albertan than a day trip to Calgary or, more specifically, the very touristic CrossIron Mills. Generally, you wouldn’t think of taking an entire day to spend in a mall, but the CrossIron Mills is so much

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Day Trip

Day Trip: Fall and Halloween activities

It’s arguably the best month of the year. The month where we get to wear cozy sweaters and shamelessly drink our pumpkin spice lattes. The trees have a gorgeous orange hue and winter has not quite arrived yet. Oh, and

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Food

Recipe: Apple Turnovers

With the fall season upon us and Thanksgiving and Halloween right around the corner, comfort food is our daily dose of joy. But who has time to bake when school is well on its way, and there is just so

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Campus

Edmonton Mayoral Candidates

The municipal election is coming up quickly. On Oct. 18, you have the opportunity to vote for the candidate you believe will make the greatest impact on our city and one that will listen to your voice as a post-secondary

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Campus

Lab-grown meat and the future of food sustainability

In a world where climate change is reaching the point of no return and population numbers continue increasing dramatically, can lab-grown meat resolve some of the biggest concerns caused by the traditional meat industry? It is no secret that as

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Campus

Review: The Tomorrow War

In the inevitable lull of summer TV programming, I did what any bored university student with no homework and way too much time on their hands would do: I went content surfing. This is where I came across The Tomorrow

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Events

Fort Edmonton park reopens with some new surprises

With restrictions heightened once again and no idea what summer will bring, there isn’t much that Edmontonians can do for fun, but Fort Edmonton Park is hoping to change that. Originally, the intention was to open in May 2020, but

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News

Is there a mass exodus?

Once a province of opportunity where a melting pot of people from other provinces came together for economic reasons, Alberta now seems to be losing citizens at a rapid rate. Although some may speculate on the number of reasons why

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Campus

Student group Q&A: MacEwan Rotaract

To start, what are your names, and what do you do with your student group? Myles Dykes: My name is Myles Dykes, and I am the president at the MacEwan Rotaract. Erin Wadge: My name is Erin Wadge, and I

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