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Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Poetry | 0 comments

Sarah Green | Contributor She sinks further Into the abyss. No chance of return. She floats Further from reality. Until she sees him. She sees his face, His smile, The way he laughs. She sees the way He looks at her. Like she is the only one He will ever want. She comes back To reality, Into his arms. She is safe. She is...

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NUGSS/Senate/BOG Election

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in UNBC | 0 comments

Colin Slark | Editor in Chief The votes are in for the 2017 NUGSS Board elections and it seems that undergraduate students are looking to put in place oversight for their student government. Erik Searle, who proposed the concept of an oversight board to student at last month’s Extraordinary General Meeting in response to last year’s news about financial mismanagement and large debts the society has incurred, defeated outgoing Associate Director of Events and antiOversight Board candidate David Schroeter...

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2017 Women’s Memorial March

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Culture | 0 comments

Sam Wall | News Editor Tuesday, February 14th was a chilly day, with the sun easing towards the horizon by the 4pm start time for the Women’s Memorial March. The March occurs every year on Valentine’s Day to remember and seek justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women. This event is of particular importance in northern communities, as highway 16, also known as the Highway of Tears, runs through the dense forest where many Indigenous women have gone missing...

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In Remembrance of Richard Wagamese

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Sam Wall | News Editor There are days when the sadness of the world feels overwhelming. When this sadness comes knocking, it is never slow or gentle, it is a rough punch busting splinters to the floor. So I write. I journal, I poem, I story. A few days ago, we lost an incredible author. A teacher, a poet, a storyteller, a journalist, and a guide. I never knew him. I only ever met him through his work, and...

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Starting The Conversation On Sexual Assault

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Culture | 0 comments

Ellen Muggorsky | Guest Contributor When I was sexually assaulted, I was not asking for it. When I was sexually assaulted for the first, second and third time, I was not asking for it. I would like to share this personal account with you, not to scare you or to shock you, but in an honest attempt to dispel stereotypes. I wish not to instill fear but bring thoughtful perspective to a thoughtless crime. I would like to emphasize...

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Dungeons & Dragons

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Culture | 0 comments

Tierney Watkinson | Team Member Wounded and weary, the adventurers watched as the dragon Venomfang coiled and bared his fangs in a menacing grin, preparing to attack. His scales, glistening poison green, were stained with globules of shocking red blood that oozed from wounds in Venomfang’s flesh, wounds that were slowly beginning to take their toll. Venomfang looked to the sky, where the gaping hole in the crumbling tower ceiling loomed far overhead. His body tensed- -he unfurled his...

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