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Author: Danielle Carlson

People

Networking and you

Networking: the ominous word that strikes fear in the hearts of students and business professionals alike. It has become an increasingly popular behaviour in the corporate world in recent years. Many professionals believe that students should be networking while they are in school.

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Downtown

Edmonton’s Brewery District

A dozen blocks from MacEwan University’s downtown campus, Edmonton’s Brewery District remains under development. Discussion of redeveloping Oliver’s Molson-Crosstown site has been ongoing since the brewery closed down in 2007. According to David Johnston, Principal Heritage Planner for the City

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Opinions

Club Q&A Series: Feminists at MacEwan

Just to start with the easy question first: who are the Feminists at MacEwan? Katie: Well, we’re a student-run organized club at MacEwan. Kaitlyn: We’re not just, like, the executive team. We’re an intersectional feminist group. Jason: I guess speaking

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Downtown

Wee Book Inn is a family tradition

During its 45 years in business, the Wee Book Inn has been a mainstay for Edmonton readers. Carey Luxford currently co-owns the three store locations, but his late father, Darwin Luxford, opened the original establishment on Whyte Avenue. Darwin was

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People

Club Q&A Series: History Club

What is the History Club? Predominately, we’re a club of history students. We do peer and academic support. Really, we just came together as a study group and then later we thought, ‘Why not organize it so we can host

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Downtown

Plenty of scares at Paramount

For its second year running, Deadmonton House is bigger, scarier, and more theatrical than ever. If you remember Deadmonton’s first haunted house last year, you’ll remember the legend of the Williams family. Last year, we visited the family’s cursed farm

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People

Club Q&A Series: The Sanctuary Club

For the first instalment of our Club Q&A Series, writer Danielle Carlson caught up with Rebecca Werkman, president of the Sanctuary Club. If you are interested in starting your own club, go here: http://samu.ca/programs-services/clubs/  This interview has been edited for length

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