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Student Travels

It’s March and, let’s face it, who doesn’t need some time off to clear their head? There is no break in sight and the countdown until the winter term is over seems to be taking forever. If this is how you feel,

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Recipe

Hibiscus iced tea

It’s March, and though our weather can’t seem to make up its mind, I know we’re all ready for spring, or better yet, summer. What better way to kickstart those sunny days than by mixing up a beautiful batch of

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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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News

Alberta’s fiscal plan 2020-23

On Feb. 27, the United Conservative Party (UCP) released its second budget. This budget cuts operating funds to universities by 6.3 per cent, from $5.47 million to $5.13 million, which can be found on page 130 and 212 of the

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Campus

The SAMU Building

The SAMU Building, while still under construction, has made varying impressions on students.  Some students say they believe the building is too new to have fully formed judgements, such as Hilary Scott, a first-year taking Bachelor of Arts.  “I like

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Date night

Date night: Royal Alberta Museum

The Royal Alberta Museum’s (RAM) new building opened its doors in October of last year, and the new features are a sight to behold. The museum is open until 8 p.m. on Thursdays, making it a great choice to shake

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Downtown

A food truck ferris wheel?

  Jeffrey Hansen-Carlson and Aziz Bootwala are the brains behind the Edmonton Project, a platform launched in August of 2017 that gave anyone living in Edmonton the chance to submit an idea for a new city landmark.   Hansen-Carlson is

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People

A new hand at the helm

“It’s a new day — absolutely a new day,” says Michelle Plouffe, MacEwan University’s vice-president, general counsel, and compliance officer. “I’m just tickled.” That day dawned on July 1 when Deborah Saucier began her term as MacEwan’s fifth president, filling

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Campus

Building a bright future

On the morning of Jan. 30, the griff team had the chance to tour the new Centre for Arts and Culture (CFAC) building. According to the university website, the building is 430,000 square feet with five floors and a parking

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Campus

A new era for The Griff

To me, September always signifies a time of rebirth. I know that it’s contradictory to the season’s symbolism as the dying days before our long winter, but I think of autumn as a fresh start. I guess I’ve been a

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