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Lifestyle

“The only reason I didn’t die”

The alarm on his phone simply labeled “meds” pings as he heads to the Shopper’s Drug Mart where his favourite staff know him by name. For the past three years, Christopher Berger has gone to the same North Edmonton pharmacy,

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Day Trip

Day trip: Alberta Camping

Spring is here, and with warmer weather and the winter semester coming to an end, some individuals might want to get away to the great outdoors. For those who are looking to get away with friends, make campfires, and soak

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Downtown

Run into spring

The weather is warming up, and many people are itching to get outdoors. A great way to get outdoors and get active is by running.  Running is free, only requires shoes, and can be done solo or with a group. 

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Day Trip

Day Trip: Rollers Roller Rink

My first introduction to roller skating and roller rinks was when I watched the (totally underrated) 2011 movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules with my little brothers. Even though I was a little grossed out by the second-hand

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Culture

Fear and COVID in Las Vegas

At the beginning of February, I had the opportunity to experience travel in the Omicron wave of COVID. On a trip to Las Vegas, I was able to experience the current state of restrictions, requirements, and travel anxieties. While this

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Lifestyle

Work out from the comfort of your home

It’s hard enough to stay motivated during the cold of Edmonton’s winters, and now that we’ve been confined to online classes for the last month, it can be challenging to find the motivation to leave the house to go to

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How-to

How to actually achieve your goals this year

Setting out New Year’s resolutions and goals can be a fun activity, but what about actually achieving those goals? According to Marla Tabaca of Inc., 80 per cent of New Year’s resolutions fail. She recommends choosing a word of the

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How-to

How to: Keep houseplants alive during the winter

Houseplants are great for stress relief and decor. One of the most daunting tasks can be how to maintain them throughout the year because of the varying weather. Winter weather is genuinely dreadful for plant lovers everywhere. Many of us

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Campus

The ghost of a relationship past

The Christmas break is upon us, and with plenty of time on hand, students used to the hustle and bustle of university life and impending deadlines may be caught twiddling their thumbs, searching for ways to fill this newfound void. 

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