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Posted by on Aug 18, 2016 in Over The Edge Happenings, UNBC | 0 comments

Over The Edge, UNBC’s independent student newspaper, is looking to hire dedicated students to serve as paid staff members for the 2016/17 academic year. We are looking to fill the following positions: Advertising-Coordinator-Position-August-2016 Distribution-Coordinator-Position-August-2016 Multimedia-Coordinator-Position-August-2016 News-Editor-Position-August-2016 Production-Coordinator-Position-August-2016 Publisher-Position-August-2016 If you are interested, please send your resume and a cover letter to ote-newspaper@unbc.ca!...

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Local Man Passes Non-Confidence Motion

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Opinions and Humour, Volume 22 | 0 comments

Colin Slark | Editor In Chief The entire world received a massive shock at the beginning of March as Timothy Sparwood, 34, of the unincorporated community of Red Rock, passed a motion of non-confidence against the planet Earth. “It’s just a real mess, you know?” Sparwood said as he painted a protest sign. “Like, is anything this planet and its inhabitants are doing, actually, like, good?” Sparwood is the President of the Trapper St. Senate, a newly-formed legislative body that claims to hold dominion over the entire planet. Curiously, the only member of this Senate is Sparwood, a problem that Sparwood claims is not his fault: “I sent letter to everyone, okay? Everyone. Only, I couldn’t use Canada Post, because that reaffirms the power of a government that doesn’t speak for me. I appointed Larry, you know Larry, like, from the end of the road? No, the other one. He’s the Postmaster General. I gave him a stack of letters addressed to every government in the world, asking them to send representatives to the Trapper St. Senate, but not one of those bastards responded. I know it’s not Larry fault, I trust Larry, and in exchange for his hard, globe-spanning task, I gave him a fat stack of Trapper-scrip, which is now the only...

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Satanic Adventure Club

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Opinions and Humour, Volume 22 | 0 comments

Obsidianne Daarkchylde | Guest Contributor Greetings fellow students. My name is Obsidianne Daarkchylde, and I am the president and head priest-lord of UNBC’s Satanic Adventure Club. We are not looking for new member per se, as we’ve automatically made a list of all your deeds and sins and could simply blackmail you into doing our dark bidding, but we are looking for some more… willing participants for our extra-curricular studies. Let me give you a rundown on some of...

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Online Dichotomy

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Opinions and Humour, Volume 22 | 0 comments

Sparky Dundee | Guest Contributor A recent trip to Best Buy revealed an unwelcome bit of news: stores have noticed the rise of companies such as Amazon whose entire business model is online sales with little overhead, and they want to a piece of that action. A few moments of shocked conversation with a cashier and trying to explain how the online model works demonstrated that Best Buy has no idea of what the online shopping model is based...

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I Am Terrible and Beautiful and You Will All Tremble Before Me: How to Make Polish Cheesecake

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Opinions and Humour, Volume 22 | 0 comments

Jordan Tucker | Guest Contributor One of my dearest friends is defending her Master’s thesis. My friend is a great genius, and her thesis being approved (or whatever the terminology is, I am not a grad student, I am a now but a simple writer type who does not need to comprehend words) definitely merits some sort of free meal. A mutual friend and I decided to band together to create this surprise meal. We thought that doing so...

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The Branding Lie

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Opinions and Humour, Volume 22 | 0 comments

Sparky Dundee | Guest Contributor At some point in the distant past, certain companies started making products. The products they made were reliable, and not prone to breaking which might have been a point above the competition, but in this hypothetical situation there is no proof of that. In the distant past, companies did not have the desire or need of companies today that might start making a single product well, and branch out to making a large number of...

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