Personalizing Your Planner

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Did you know that there’s an entire hobby revolving around planners and planning?

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A leader in your backyard?

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“I think he’s putting forward a positive vision for the NDP leadership and it’s what the party needs at this point in time.”

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Thousands gather in memory of lost Indigenous women

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“We purposely pick Valentine’s Day because it’s a symbol of love."

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The Playoff Picture

Photo by Davie Wong

Never has the team looked so strong. They are my favourites to make the finals, and maybe even the entire Championships.

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Malcolm out of the Middle

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The Royals truly had a star in Malcolm Mensah, both on and off the court.

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The benefits of marijuana dispensaries

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Whether one has never tried weed before or has tried just about every variation, dispensaries offer great advice, product, and knowledge of what exactly it is you’re putting in...

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Vancouver’s lack of a ride share service is out of touch

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Despite being a metropolitan hub with millions of people, we are one of the largest cities in North America that does not have Uber.

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Does music help you study?

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Studying while listening to any stimulative music has been shown to have negative effects on the effectiveness of studying, especially when it comes to memorizing things in order.

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Mistakes were made

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It’s not that the gown itself wasn’t beautiful; it was just the wrong choice for Adele.

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Douglas student paid off Mother Nature to bury school under snow

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“Jackie F. Rostman immediately stood out to us as a suspect. I mean, really? ‘Jackie F. Rostman?’ Jack Frost? A two-year-old could have come up with that.”

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Ask Adalard’s Advice Corner

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I—Adalard Skiddly—have a wealth of knowledge to draw upon to offer my best expertastical advice.

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Giving a voice to Japanese Canadian history

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“This history can tell us how race and citizenship and nationhood have been constructed over time in Canada.”

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A note on history: The drummer’s time to shine

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Neil Peart performed with colossal drum kits that included a variety of percussion instruments such as wind chimes and tubular bells.

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Enjoy a day at the beach, even in this snowy weather

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“They really loved beach volleyball,” Pressacco said, “and they wanted to open a place basically where we could go play beach volleyball in the winter.” 

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Douglas students move #ForwardTogether

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The DSU Representative Committee started the meeting by presenting the Progress Report titled #ForwardTogether.

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A leader in your backyard?

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“I think he’s putting forward a positive vision for the NDP leadership and it’s what the party needs at this point in time.”

PotCo no more?

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“I feel sorry for the citizens there who … live under such a regressive local government.”

The Playoff Picture

Photo by Davie Wong

Never has the team looked so strong. They are my favourites to make the finals, and maybe even the entire Championships.

Up against the odds

Photo by Davie Wong

While the road is undoubtedly tough, I’m sure the Royals will make it, or put up a valiant fight trying to do so.