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Lifestyle

Looking at the bright side

Who has a newfound appreciation and respect for stay-at-home moms right now? The news is full of all stories COVID-19 and everyone is aware of the situation. Everybody has been affected in some way: students are unable to go to

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Lifestyle

Boxed In

Having products dropped right at our doorstep is nothing new — from the milkmen of the early 19th century to drone delivery services, humans are determined to find ways of having all they need without actually going out and getting it. Subscription

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Lifestyle

Zero Waste in the Consumer World?

Ritchie Market’s local Transcend Coffee is a bustling hub. The door opens up to the café on the right, Blind Enthusiasm on the left, and Acme Meat Market in the back. The area is completely local, totally Edmonton, so it

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Lifestyle

Black Label Society plays at Midway

Black Label Society played on Sunday, March 8 at Midway. Theirs is the first concert to take place since the bar opened and they put on a wicked show, setting the bar high for future acts. Midway is a relatively

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Lifestyle

Staycation

Whenever the word vacation comes up, images of great adventures or relaxing on a beach are likely to be at the forefront of our thoughts. However, this is not the case for everyone. In fact, have you ever returned from

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Lifestyle

Student Travels: Get rid of those winter blues

As students desperately await warmer weather and new adventures, it is natural for the winter blues to set in, but who says one can’t have fun in the winter? Perhaps the cold weather is the perfect excuse to run away

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Lifestyle

The Ugly Truth Behind Social Media’s “TeaTox”

The removal of what we consider to be toxins from our bodies has been a collective habit for thousands of years. Some historic “detox” practices include bloodletting, enemas, sweat lodges, fasting, and drinking detoxification teas. These practices were even used as medical

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Culture

Witchery Market

Just off of Edmonton’s artistic Whyte Ave is the Acacia Hall, the venue for the Witchery Market. It all started with a witch and a faerie wanting a place for people to come.  “Here is a story about The Witch

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Lifestyle

Your credit at a glance

Most students start adult life with student loans. These loans are given to them with a great deal of ease considering their lack of credit history. Of course, student loans are significantly easier to get approved for than other loans due in

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Campus

Mental health is a journey, not a destination

As exam time rapidly approaches and we prepare to say goodbye to yet another semester, it’s easy to understand the rising level of stress and anxiety. Students, for the most part, put everything they have into these formative years where

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