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Author: Julia Magsombol

Lifestyle

The best types of indoor plants during winter

Some plant parents might be worried about their plants this upcoming winter. Indoor houseplants are not only great for interiors, but they are also for health, by reducing stress and anxiety. But how about for winter? Can plants also survive

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Opinions

Movie review: Luckiest Girl Alive

Luckiest Girl Alive is a film adaptation of Jessica Knoll’s 2015 mystery novel of the same name. The movie was #1 on the top ten list on Netflix Canada when it was released.  With 113 minutes run time, Luckiest Girl

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Campus

Inside of a photo album

Photo albums are treasures. They are a safe space where you can preserve your memories and eventful  moments of your life. And when you look at them and flip through the pages, you’ll see different faces and expressions of people

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Campus

MacEwan’s 2022 writer in residence

Meet Naomi K. Lewis, the writer in residence at MacEwan University this year. Lewis is a well-known author of fiction and non-fiction literature from Ottawa.  “I’m really excited to work with people at all stages in their writing careers and

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Events

Support local, support Indigenous

On Dec. 4, the River Cree Resort and Casino gave people a chance to witness the first in-person Indigenous holiday market in Edmonton. The event ran from Dec. 3 to 5, from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event was

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Culture

The Issue Magazine

The Issue Magazine is an excellent digital fashion magazine that publishes articles about the fashion industry in Edmonton.  Donnalee Riley, the creative director and the editor-in-chief of The Issue Magazine, shared her inspirations, hopes, experiences, and advice concerning the magazine. 

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Culture

Review: Snow Warrior

I never knew bike couriers exist in Edmonton, especially in winter. I mean, how can anyone ride a bike in the middle of coldness and survive it? In most cases, I have never had a glimpse of a bike courier

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Campus

Cutting the post-secondary budget during the pandemic

On Feb. 25, the President of the Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, Travis Toews announced the details of the 2021 provincial budget. The new budget includes a reduction in funding to post-secondary institutions. The budget towards post-secondary education is

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