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Author: Emily Campbell

Food

Sweet treats

Now that the election is over and Halloween is once again upon us, I thought we’d take the candy — or should I say, the cand-y-dates — to the polls and create a definitive ranking of the griff’s favorite sweets

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Culture

Edmonton’s Prop Museum

You could take your date to another movie — not a bad option if you snag one of the Cineplex Great Escape packages from the Students’ Association of MacEwan University (SAMU) — but if you want a truly behind-the-scenes cinematic experience, then

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Culture

Which witch?

Once upon a time, calling oneself a witch was a dangerous business. From the Spanish Inquisition to the Salem witch trials, openly identifying as a witch comes with a rich history of controversy, violence, and oppression. But it wasn’t always this way, and

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Opinions

Final thoughts: where the magic happens

There’s a fine line between community and insularity. Having a group of people that you share an affinity with is validating and can often lead to long-term friendships and connections. But, when associating ourselves with those whom we are like

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Campus

Financial survival

Everyone’s experience with post-secondary education is different. For some, the undergrad years are the best years of their lives, and for others, getting a degree can be an outright traumatic ordeal. Whether good or bad, one unifying aspect of the

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People

Back to school

It’s been a very busy couple of years for Elisia Snyder, who graduated from MacEwan University in 2016 as the first Creative English Honours student from the Department of Arts and Sciences. Since then, she has travelled to Thetford Mines,

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How-to

How-To: Change a tire

It’s the stuff that cheap horror film plots are made of.  You’re cruising along when suddenly, you hear a loud noise and your vehicle no longer handles the way it should. You hit your hazard lights, pull over to the

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Date night

Date night: DOSC

Edmonton has so much to offer in the way of restaurants, cafés, and interesting spaces that it can be hard to imagine getting stuck in a rut, but sometimes we do. Especially when it comes to going out. Recently my

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Campus

The right stuff

When Geneve Champoux, Manager of Student Success Services, first started working at MacEwan University in 2007, the Writing Centre did not exist. There were no cozy couches on which to complete one’s homework, no long desk with computer access, no

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Opinions

Movie review: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Hot on the heels of Red Dead Redemption 2, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was released to Netflix Nov. 9, 2018, and was clearly ready to cash-in on the resurging popularity of the western genre. Structurally though, it is something

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