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Downtown

Low-rises, high stakes

Just inside the newly constructed lobby of the Brighton Block, right beside the main doors, there is a concrete wall curiously dotted with engravings of pigeon silhouettes. “When we got this building, the wall that was here was so covered with pigeon

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Campus

Made by design

“Magazine design is right at the intersection of art and science,” says Amélie Dufresne, a recent graduate of MacEwan University’s design studies program. She would know — before getting into design, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree and worked

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People

Talking Point

Unless you’ve been completely tuned out for the last decade, you’ve probably at least heard of podcasts by now. Based on information from the 2019 Canadian Podcast Listener — an extensive annual study of podcast media in Canada — nearly 11

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Opinions

The No Resolution, Resolution

The new year has begun and the world is filled with a renewed sense of hope for what is yet to come. The days seem a little brighter, the air a little lighter and the wonderland we call home sparkles in

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People

KayPop Art is popping

What started out with a table at farmer’s markets quickly turned into a full-scale business. At the time, 14-year-old Kaytlyne Dewald didn’t think it was possible to turn her hobby into a business and even now, 15 years later, she

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Culture

Edibles: The Final Frontier

From the moment the legalization of cannabis was announced, people had questions: Will it be more expensive than on the black market? Can I have it delivered to my house? Will the nation’s children be irreversibly corrupted by the beguiling power of

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Culture

Pippin to hit the stage this month

With winter upon us, students may be looking for some fun indoor entertainment options. Luckily for us, MacEwan University’s theatre season has got our backs! For the first time in their 30-year history, MacEwan Theatre will be performing their rendition

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Lifestyle

Don’t shop — swap!

It’s almost Christmas season. That means the consumer hordes will soon be occupying every inch of the local shopping mall. Companies will begin shoving sales down customers’ throats through a glut of flashy advertisements. Generally, everything will be bought new.

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People

Forging a career out of copper

Sitting in the sun on the patio outside of the 109 Street MacEwan University pedway, Kristine MacDonald sips on a coffee and animatedly discusses her ongoing exploration of the line between craft and art. For the past four years, Kristine

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Opinions

November Letter from the Editor

As we say goodbye to Halloween and hello to the holiday season, our thoughts turn to the joys and stresses that this time of year brings. For many of us, it’s an opportunity to spend time with our loved ones,

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