Cool beans

Forget ramen noodles and Kraft Dinner. Get out of the fast food line and throw out those Chinese takeout menus stuck to the fridge. The humble bean is your school-culinary saviour. It’s time to forge...
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Alberta could see massive tuition hikes

The Alberta government is opening the door to potentially huge tuition increases in certain programs—a direct reversal of a promise they made just four years ago. The University of Alberta’s la...
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The tax man, a student’s best friend

Post-secondary is expensive. Unless your family has salted away some serious cash, you’re going to have to hustle your buns to earn enough money to pay for classes or take out some student loan...
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Crazy in love

We meet Robert (John Cassavetes) first, a novelist living in a spacious Hollywood Hills manor. He has many women around him, most of whom we won’t come to know, all of whom were pulled into Rob...
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Horseplay under the big top

The big-box entertainment machine that is Cavalia is impressive; the cities that see Cavalia’s second creation, Odysseo, become canvases for the sprawling brand months before the show even sets...
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Foreskin faceoff

If you’re looking for someone to blame for the poor weather at Saturday’s Pride parade, look no further than Glen Callender. “The security guards failed to keep us out, so the wrath...
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Resisting rape culture

Victim blaming is a major part of rape culture and there are many myths out there that trivialize sexual assault. Slut Walk Edmonton, now in its fourth year, is preparing to do its annual march on Ma...

Fire to rehire

To resolve a state of controversy and unwanted public attention, a public offering will often be made. In the case of the University of Saskatchewan’s recent blunder over the firing, banning an...

Sticky subject for movie

This year, my research for Masturbation Month led me to an entire movie devoted to the subject. No, not that kind of movie—this is an actual documentary. I got in touch with Nicholas Tana, the produc...