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Pandemic theatre

Only one name stood atop the Timeplay podium in auditorium 12 of Cineplex North Edmonton, and it was mine. Even though the pre-show trivia game wasn’t the same without now-former Cineplex host Tanner Zipchen reading off my instructions, it was

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Food

Recipe: mango and apple salad

In a few short weeks, most of us students will be done school until September. It’s finally time to start thinking about summer and the possibilities of warm weather. Most of all, it is time to undo the damage of

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Date night

Date night: river valley hidden gems

Edmonton’s river valley is the largest urban park in Canada. In it, there are 160 km of pathways not counting the functionally infinite less-than-sanctioned dirt trails winding through the woods — providing weeks’ worth of activity for anyone who likes

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Culture

The world on demand

Since our global pandemic began, movie theatres have closed down and countless films have been put on pause and postponed. However, not all decided to hold off releasing during COVID. Universal’s Trolls: The World Tour opted to roll with the

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Culture

The unexpected rise of the plant industry

Businesses have slowly begun opening, and people are starting to get back to their usual daily routines. For months, the economical situation in the country was struggling due to the rapid spread of the virus. Everyone was asked to stay

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Culture

Getting your farmer’s market fix

Summer is not completely cancelled! Although many events have been forced to shut down due to COVID-19, there are still several things you can do to enjoy summer while also supporting local businesses. One of which is visiting some of

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Culture

Five TikTok trends you do not want to miss

According to an article by Forbes, TikTok is the number-one downloaded non-gaming app, and data from states Sensor Tower that the app has hit 1.5 billion downloads. TikTok is a social media platform for creating, sharing, and discovering short videos.

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Food

Quarantine baking

The pandemic has been creating many new bakers, as it has drastically changed on peoples’ lives and their usual daily routine. When the pandemic was first announced, there was a frenzy on buying toilet paper, and now, on baking products.

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Lifestyle

Pandemic times require pandemic measures

By March 15, schools in Alberta had all announced they would be shutting down for the unforeseeable future. Shortly after, businesses began to do the same until the provincial government forced the rest of the non-essential services to close. Oil

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Lifestyle

Self-isolation

It’s been an interesting week for MacEwan University students. Within the span of a few days, we went from coming into class and piling into the library to study, to handing in the rest of our assignments online. There’s no

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