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Author: Claudia Steele

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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Recipe

Recipe: natas du céu (Heaven’s cream)

Portugal has always been known for its desserts, among many things. In a country surrounded by ocean on three sides, hot summers and beach days are the norm, and nothing tops off a hot day of beach hopping like a

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Food

Recipe: mango and apple salad

In a few short weeks, most of us students will be done school until September. It’s finally time to start thinking about summer and the possibilities of warm weather. Most of all, it is time to undo the damage of

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Lifestyle

Pandemic times require pandemic measures

By March 15, schools in Alberta had all announced they would be shutting down for the unforeseeable future. Shortly after, businesses began to do the same until the provincial government forced the rest of the non-essential services to close. Oil

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People

One hell of a ride

If you have ever wondered what makes someone want to climb on a 900+ kilogram bull and try to hold on for a full eight seconds, you aren’t alone. Yet every year, bull riders do just that, over and over

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People

Queens for a cause

When you hear the phrase “drag show,” charity work and volunteer hours are not usually the first things that come to mind. Often you might think of glamour, performance, and the queen that open doors for so many, RuPaul. If you

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