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Author: Claudia Steele

Culture

The filtered selfie rabbit hole

Everywhere you look, you see it: people taking selfies. The trend, which doesn’t seem to be losing its appeal, has gone from simple photos to a plethora of filters, apps, and Photoshopping ability that can change the look of your

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How-to

How-to: make your own mask

November is here, and not much has changed in the COVID-19 scenario. We are all still in the thick of it with second waves, online learning, and restrictions threatening to increase. Masks are among the most-used items, and there aren’t

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Date night

Date night: virtual dance lessons

Netflix binge nights and dinners in are great, but how many can we have before losing our minds? During a time when the weather is colder, going out is getting trickier, and getting exercise is harder to do, pick a

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Club Q+A

Student group Q&A: Investment Club

To start, what is your name and position with the Investment Club student group? Gabriel Ambutong: My name is Gabriel Ambutong, and I am the president. Alem Tesfay: My name is Alem Pessay, and I am the vice president. Jesyka

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How-to

How-to: make an emergency kit

Over this last year, a lot has changed, and it is fair to say that most everyone is more cautious now than ever before. Nonetheless, with all the hoarding of toiletries and non-perishable items, one thing that hasn’t been talked

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Recipe

Roast chicken that won’t go to waste

There is something about the smell of a roast chicken filling your home that screams comfort. However, when you live alone or with only one other roommate, using all of the chicken becomes a feat of epic proportions. For the

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Food

Food for thought: Chefmon Caribbean Grill

Chefmon Caribbean Grill may be relatively new in its restaurant form, but Henry Palmer has been providing Edmonton with authentic, mouth-watering Jamaican food items since 2012. Palmer, a chef for over 30 years, found that many people he encountered expressed

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Club Q+A

Student group Q&A: The Massage Therapy Club

What is your name and what position do you hold with the massage therapy club student group? Andrew Braun: My name is Andrew Braun, and I am the massage therapy club’s student president. Were you the founder of the group,

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Culture

Arts in a pandemic

The arts community has been one of the worst-hit during this current upheaval. As everything began to shut down, arts venues and artists alike quickly realized that things might not be the same again for a very long time. However,

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Education

Scholarships, awards, and bursaries

University is undoubtedly an expensive endeavour, but an increasingly necessary one. A 2018 Macleans article stated that the average yearly cost of post-secondary education in Canada was $19,498.75. This, of course, included everything from tuition to transportation. Now with the

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