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In review of Love and Information

Love and Information is not a typical play, and MacEwan University’s theatre production took the atypical to a whole new level. The pre-show started with a gas mask-wearing, ukulele-playing singer ushering the audience into the theatre lab. Inside, there were

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Bridging communities with TEDx

While Student Research Day is celebrated annually at MacEwan University, faculty research often goes unnoticed. This year, however, TEDxMacEwanU gave faculty members the opportunity to shine a light on their research while sharing innovative thinking with the community. To anyone

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Club Q + A: United Nations Club

When was the UN Club created? Micheal Ziegler: It was created in 1993 as an initiative of both students and Dr. Mensah, a political science faculty advisor. The original idea was to create a class, which had to start out

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Going green at MacEwan University

As July approaches, many Canadians are starting to think about the impending cannabis legislation and how it will shape our society. Universities are no different, and as the date of implementation nears, the discussion is becoming louder regarding what changes

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Welcoming Love and Information to MacEwan’s stage

Love and Information premieres Wednesday, Jan. 31, and runs until Saturday, Feb. 10, in Allard Hall. The show features an ensemble cast of 22 actors and is said to feature over 100 characters.   “One hundred is just a base

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Club Q+A: Economics Club

When did you decide to start the Economics Club? Sean Thomas: The club started two years ago, but it was very preliminary, and we only had one speaker event. A lot of us had the same class together on economic

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Club Q+A: Hip Hop Club

When did you decide to begin a hip hop club at MacEwan? Quinton Wong: The club was started in 2015, so two years ago. The club was only 24 people to start with, but it doubled last year. It gathered

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Language as community

Kihêw waciston, meaning “eagle’s nest” in Cree, offers a safe space for the exploration of indigenous culture at MacEwan University. The indigenous centre organizes events for students of all backgrounds to build their sense of community and learn about indigenous

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Photo series: MacEwan beekeeping

The Office of  Sustainability at MacEwan is helping build a better urban campus. Here are some photos of their building five bee colonies. Photography by Matthew Jacula.

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2017 student council elections poster roaster

Here’s your annual poster roaster! Luis Ruiz:     — It’s like he’s showing his ID for the first time. — He’s like the epitome of someone who says, “I’m just happy to be here.” — This is for sure

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