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The Tragedy of Kraft Dinner

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Culture | 0 comments

James Eckstein  |  Contributor Kraft Dinner has been ranked as one of the classic student meals of all time. Not only is it tasty and affordable, but more importantly can be prepared relatively quickly without burning down the entire house. It would be extremely difficult to find a university or college student who has never eaten Kraft Dinner at least once in their life. On average, a Canadian family will eat approximately 3.2 boxes of Kraft Dinner every year....

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Contained Beasts

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Culture, Poetry | 0 comments

Sam Wall | News Editor dependent elephants bred in zoos defying odds placed before their mouths and dark, acrid cries devoured by curious onlookers   defeat and darkness look like pity looks like failure looks like trying again looks like bugs in the system look like defeat   heartbreak and animals look look like animals look animalistic like wild animals look secret looks animal   take pictures because pictures don’t have...

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Medicine, for Mom

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Culture, Poetry | 0 comments

Sam Wall | News Editor Mother, mother I am drowning I can’t pick it up I can’t start again give me more medicine   K-po 2: Cee, Cee, Cee, Gee, Gee, Gee, Aim, Aim, efF, efF.   Sometimes I know you like you’d never met me didn’t know I wasn’t relevant, no second chance I can’t just go home   Doon doon doom boom boom boon   Daughter, daughter tell me one day of all the things I can’t...

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Freedom

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Culture, Poetry | 0 comments

Tierney Watkinson | Team Member I watch as the sun sinks into hills beyond and the sky slowly changes from blue to a kaleidoscope of scarlets and violets and yellows and then starts to fade and deepens to ebony—the rich and deep black of night. Then stars appear, sparkling softly, ever singing their hushed song and the moon slowly rises up to join them casting eerie yet beautiful light over the silent shapes of trees and hills, and sleeping...

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Review: Rogue One Leaves An Impact

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Culture | 0 comments

Jesmeen Deo  | Contributor I ’m going to start this off by saying I am a casual Star Wars fan. I saw the original movies and the prequel trilogy several years ago and enjoyed them. I’ve seen The Force Awakens and enjoyed that too. So last month, when I had the opportunity to go see Rogue One, I decided to take it. I assumed that like the other Star Wars movies I’d seen before it, this would just be...

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The Benefits of Keeping Plants

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Student Life | 0 comments

Jade Szymanski | Contributor As we slowly escape the darkness of winter and approach the flourishing of spring, we should start sprucing up our living spaces to reflect the revival of earth’s blossoms. A great way to achieve this would be to line our walls with large bamboo leaves, cover our floors with nutrient-rich soils, and canopy our ceilings with creeping vines as we welcome the new season of mother earth’s renewal into our lives. However, as we are...

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