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Author: Eva Driessen

Campus

To-go sandwiches

Back to school comes with an entirely new meaning to the word “busy,” from stressing about finding the right classrooms to making your first university friends, working a part-time job, buying textbooks, and of course, finding the time to eat

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Campus

To serve and to protect

When two locals, Michael Dronyk and Lucas Kowalski, found themselves with RCMP officers pointing guns at their heads on Feb. 5, 2022, it was not quite the day they had imagined for themselves. According to Dronyk, “they just started like

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Campus

Review: Turning Red

Warning: Review contains mild spoilers for Turning Red based only on trailers and promotional materials. Pixar’s latest release, Turning Red, is an upbeat film bursting with chaotic teenage energy. It’s the perfect marriage between puberty rage, boy band obsessions, evolving

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How-to

How to: Meal prep for students

Chances are that when you hear the phrase “meal prep,” you don’t get overly excited. I was in the same boat not too long ago. I recently started meal prepping a few times a month, and I am here to

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Day Trip

Day Trip: Rollers Roller Rink

My first introduction to roller skating and roller rinks was when I watched the (totally underrated) 2011 movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules with my little brothers. Even though I was a little grossed out by the second-hand

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Campus

A science centre that is all about you

For those of us who grew up in the Edmonton area, going to the Telus World of Science for a school field trip or on a weekend family outing almost seems like a rite of passage. I remember going many

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Culture

Day Trip: Rabbit Hill Snow Resort

Winters can be hard to get through in Alberta because of their length and bitter cold (especially this year!), and in my opinion, winter sports can make all the difference. I remember my favourite days in elementary school gym class

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Downtown

Food for thought: Tres Carnales

Co-owners of Tres Carnales Taqueria, Chris Sills and Dani Braun, first got the idea to open an authentic Mexican restaurant while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. “We went up (to a room), and we downed a bottle of Nicaraguan rum

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Campus

Inclusion at MacEwan

Our society is at a pivotal point. Finally, inclusion and diversity are at the forefront of social justice movements, and harmful thought patterns that have been rampant for centuries are being dispelled. At MacEwan University, promoting diversity and inclusion on

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