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Author: Eva Driessen

Food

A trio of cookies

The holidays are over, but that doesn’t mean January has to be cheer-free. Here are three cookie recipes guaranteed to put a smile on your face this winter.  Peanut butter cup cookies These cookies are a peanut butter lover’s dream.

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Campus

Taking Towers to New Heights

Jill Brekke has poured many a pint for MacEwan students over the past 11 years. As manager of MacEwan’s Towers Pub, she is at the bar every day making sure that students have a safe place to unwind and hang

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Downtown

What’s happening: November

November can be a tough month to get through. Winter blues are settling in, midterms are in full swing, and the weather swiftly goes from cool to frigid. It’s especially important during this time to get out and have some

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Review: Only Murders in the Building – season two

Warning: this review contains spoilers for Only Murder in the Building based only on trailers and promotional materials, as well as major spoilers for OMITB season one. Take a deep breath and get cozy because the most delicious murder mystery/comedy

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Campus

Spilling the tea on downtown bubble tea

It’s October, which means everyone lines up to drink… bubble tea! Move over pumpkin spice lattes, there’s a new fall drink in town.  We encountered some incredible highs and some dangerously close spit-takes on our quest to find the best

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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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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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