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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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Lifestyle

The Barbell Base

Anthony Webber wants to make personal training affordable for everyone, so he opened The Barbell Base near MacEwan University last month. The gym is located at 10540 124 Street. This small group-training gym offers personalized training at a fraction of

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Sports

Grounded Griffins

MacEwan Athletics boasts a plethora of competitive teams. Taking in an inexpensive volleyball match in the gym or a hockey game at the rink is one of the perks of being a member of a school community. At the helms

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Sports

Take a break, do a loop

A phantom vibration initiates an automatic phone check, reminding us just how wired in we’ve become. Tuition comes due, and book lists seem to be even more expensive this time around. The leaves have started to change – yes, winter

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Sports

Griffins take to the ice

To be the best, you have to beat the best.   That will be the mentality of every opponent stepping on the ice with the MacEwan University Griffins in 2017-18. When both the men’s and women’s MacEwan teams won their

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Sports

Veteran Griffins set statistical bar

A look around campus at the promo materials for the men’s hockey team reveals the athletic figures of two skate-clad forwards plastered on the walls. Ryan Benn torques his stick to shoot on goal and Shawn Proulx lugs the puck

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Women’s hockey secures victory in Downtown home opener

MacEwan hockey has officially christened the Downtown Community Arena with two victories after the women’s team took a 2-1 victory over SAIT Saturday night.   The prospect of a new arena had been highly anticipated for both Griffins hockey teams

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Sports

Edmonton’s struggle with its secondary sports

Kyle Brodziak of the Edmonton Road Runners had the greatest wrist shot of all-time — or so my 12-year-old self would tell you. Caught in the midst of the NHL lockout during the ’04-’05 season, I was exposed to great

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Men’s hockey wins first game at new rink

Have you ever watched Extreme Makeover: Home Edition? The one where Ty Pennington, the jack-of-all-trades host of the show, finds a family with a run-down house and builds them the biggest house they can imagine? It felt like that’s what

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Sports

The Decision

When Rob Poole, the mainstay of the women’s basketball team for six years, decided to move on from the program, it was unclear who would step up in the midst of MacEwan’s best years in its short Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)

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