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Dear Evan Hansen takes the stage in Edmonton

There are many ways to measure the success of a show: professional accolades, rave reviews, the continuing achievements of cast and crew alike. While six-time Tony award-winning Dear Evan Hansen can humbly brag about all of these categories, I measured

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Stanford University professor guest speaks at Reading Identity

MacEwan University hosted its annual Reading Identity conference on Feb. 7 and 8. The conference is an interactive series of panels and discussions where students display their works of creative and academic writing for fellow students, professors, and passionate consumers of

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Study spot

Café Culture

BARKING BUFFALO CAFÉ Anyone familiar with 124 Street knows that there is no shortage of places to find delicious coffee, but there’s only one Barking Buffalo Café. The small coffee shop can be found at 10842 124 St., situated inside

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Club Q+A

Acupuncture Awareness Society

Can you tell me a little bit about the club, please? Kary Chen: So the Acupuncture Awareness Society used to be named Acupuncture Wellness Movement. It used to be a club/grad committee. Now we want to promote acupuncture and its benefits.

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Fast Pesto Chicken Recipe

When the school year gets busy, it’s hard to find time for things like laundry, cleaning, or cooking. Healthy eating often gets pushed aside in favour of comfort food and fast food; there’s a reason for the term “freshman 15.” So

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Alexisonfire: Resurrected

Alexisonfire to play Rogers Center on Jan. 22 with The Distillers the griff: You’re the backbone for a few legendary Canadian bands — Alexisonfire (AOF) and Billy Talent — and have announced a string of shows with Alexisonfire across Canada

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How-to: Meditate

As modern humans, our days are overloaded with stimulation. Notifications vibrating our pockets every couple minutes, Facebook updating us on the relationship statuses of ex-partners, constant updates on the news of war and gore. How are we supposed to catch

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Date night

Date Night: Not your usual speed dating

It’s January and it’s cold, but you know that you still have to get out of the house. Add to this the fact that your date doesn’t go into hibernation like you wish you both could, and you can find yourself in

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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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