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Review: Snow Warrior

I never knew bike couriers exist in Edmonton, especially in winter. I mean, how can anyone ride a bike in the middle of coldness and survive it? In most cases, I have never had a glimpse of a bike courier

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Culture

Sexualization in cartoons: Lola Bunny gets a new look

On Thursday, March 4, one of the many topics trending on Twitter was Lola Bunny. Entertainment Weekly had released the first set of images from the highly anticipated Space Jam: A New Legacy starring LeBron James. The first image featured

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Culture

Oxygen Yoga & Fitness

Oxygen Yoga & Fitness in Sherwood Park is one of my favourite fitness studios in the Edmonton area. All of the instructors are absolute rock stars who have high energy, a positive attitude, and always want to help their clients

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Culture

Review: Death to 2020

It’s been said that laughter is the best medicine, and if so, political comedy may be the antidote to what the last year has so ruthlessly thrown at us. For many, 2020 may have felt like they were trapped in

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Culture

Creative spotlight: Ellie Heath

It’s 1994 and a young Anna Paquin has taken to the stage to accept an Oscar for her role in The Piano. As her speech ends, a young Ellie Heath’s begins. Though her audience looks a little different — her

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Culture

Must-see online events this month

After a less-than-ideal year, we’re all itching to get back out there (and I don’t mean outside — I’ve gone on too many walks already). But there are still a few online events to take in before theatres and clubs

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Culture

Review: Enola Holmes

If I said I had heard of Enola Holmes before watching the movie, I’d be lying. However, I will admit that after watching the made-for-Netflix movie, I was pleasantly surprised. The 2020 film directed by Harry Bradbeer and produced by,

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Campus

Creative spotlight: Simone A. Medina Polo

From Mexico City, Mexico, Simone A. Medina Polo is a trans, Latinx scholar and artist. She started taking a BA in philosophy at Concordia University in 2013, followed by a three year break after graduation to work in the arts.

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Culture

It’s time to talk about fatphobia

Fat-shaming is sewn into the fabric of our culture and has embedded itself in our everyday lives to the point where we don’t often recognize when we’re perpetuating fatphobia, or the fear and/or hatred of fat bodies. “It’s a disdain,

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