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Author: Mya Colwell

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Why we like music

Music is an innate part of our lives and our identities. It’s there for us when we want to escape, it’s there after a breakup, it’s there when we want to throw up our hands and dance, and, if we’re

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Creative Spotlight: Amal Mohamud

Growing up watching Canadian television, Amal Mohamud experienced the disappointing reality of the industry: it is very, very white. This lack of representation and Mohamud’s knack for telling diverse stories pushed her toward her own career in the media industry,

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Signal for help

The pandemic has resulted in increased levels of domestic abuse across the world, and this is no different in Edmonton. The Edmonton Police have reported that domestic violence calls are up 15 per cent compared to 2020, and Erin Bilawchuk,

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To dub or not to dub

I was washing dishes the other day and watching a Spanish Netflix show, as one does. But when I turned the voice dubbing on so I didn’t have to read subtitles, I noticed something odd. The high-stakes scenes and violent

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More isn’t always better

Productivity is a good thing, right? After all, there are always assignments to finish, discussion forums to fill out, exams to study for, and a winding to-do list that stretches on and on and on. Our society is bombarded with

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Bringing transit to life

Taking transit can often be a dismal experience. You keep your head down, turn your music up louder, and avoid puddles of spilled coffee, all while clinging to a handle on the LRT for dear life. But an art exhibition

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Giving a voice to Edmonton artists

Artists in the Fallow is an organization of like-minded artists that was established during the summer of 2021. Their goal is to engage local Edmonton artists that were unable to showcase their work during the pandemic and carve out a

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Final Thoughts: Satirizing The Crown

The Windsor royals are simultaneously adored and hated, and it seems that nothing about their lives is off limits. The public is fascinated by the way theydress, the way they spend their time, and especially, their children. A fascination with

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Creative Spotlight: D’orjay

D’orjay The Singing Shaman is a woman of many talents. She is a practicing shaman who heals individuals from past trauma, obstacles, and challenges, and she is a musician who sings music reminiscent of the classic country she grew up

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Final Thoughts: Trick or Treat

It’s October. That means a few things: snow (probably), midterms (unfortunately), and most importantly, chocolate. I went out on a limb and looted the Superstore candy aisle for name-brand chocolate with a twist, and enlisted Brett Boyd’s help for taste

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