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Author: Eva Driessen

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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Opinions

Review: La Casa de Papel-Season Five

Spoiler alert: This review contains minor spoilers from season five and major spoilers from seasons one through four. I have always been a sucker for TV shows about heists, and when I walked in on my roommate watching La Casa

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Downtown

Food for thought: De Dutch

De Dutch is a Dutch-western Canadian breakfast and lunch franchise specializing in sweet and savoury pancakes called “pannekoeken.” The only location outside of BC is in the heart of downtown Edmonton on Jasper Ave. De Dutch has a unique origin

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Campus

The creative, creepy, and transformative

As a young stage actor, Gaylynne Fell “always felt most comfortable when (she) was in roles that would completely change (her) look.” The makeup and costumes would make her unrecognizable to anyone who knew her. She loved the feeling of

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Campus

Edmonton Mayoral Candidates

The municipal election is coming up quickly. On Oct. 18, you have the opportunity to vote for the candidate you believe will make the greatest impact on our city and one that will listen to your voice as a post-secondary

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How-to

How-to: buy a used car

At some point, almost everyone will find themselves needing to buy a car; perhaps an old hand-me-down car has finally bit the dust, a move has made it impossible to go anywhere without one, or you simply feel that the

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