Is your costume competition-ready?

Illustration by Ed Appleby

Halloween is just around the corner, and with it comes the bragging rights of having an amazing costume. But what if you want more than that? What if you...

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I want candy

Freaks and Geeks go trick-or-treating

Halloween is upon us, you mysterious guys, gals, and ghoulish poltergeists. For many of us, this means imbibing heavily between fistfuls of candy

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Douglas students reach critical levels of boredom

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A recent survey of Douglas College students is baffling specialists and professors alike. It has been found that at least 85 per cent of students “do not actually get...

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Celebrity over community and style over substance

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On October 22, about 18,000 students from schools across BC participated in We Day at Rogers Arena. The event featured many celebrities, advocates, and other inspirational speakers empowering youth...

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Halloween libations

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What’s spookier than a creaking, haunted, dust-filled Southern mansion in a stormy October? Nothing, that’s what.

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Mixed media projects find beauty in the details

Jessie and Ewan McNeil, "Mural for a Theatre Lobby." Photo credit Cheryl Minns

On the fourth floor of the Douglas College New Westminster campus, there is a wall-length mural adorning the Laure C. Muir Theatre wall in the Amelia Douglas Gallery.

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Canada recovers from week of attacks

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On the morning of October 22, Hamilton resident Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a lone gunman, approached the National War Memorial at Parliament Hill and killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo.

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Above and beyond

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The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s soccer teams both had respectable ends to their 2014/15 regular seasons before they began the exhilarating and nerve-racking transition to the PACWEST Provincial Championships.

Occult ritual brings straw feminists to life

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This past weekend, members of an Abbotsford-based occult group successfully animated what they’re calling “straw feminists.” Made from bundles of straw and appearing stereotypically feminine, the group hopes to use moral panic to their advantage this Halloween.

Is your costume competition-ready?

Illustration by Ed Appleby

Halloween is just around the corner, and with it comes the bragging rights of having an amazing costume. But what if you want more than that? What if you want that cash prize from your favourite bar or club?

A brief history of Gamergate

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Gamergate is a movement-of-sorts that has been ongoing since mid-August. The term “Gamergate” was coined by actor Adam Baldwin, a vocal supporter of Gamergate.

I want candy

Freaks and Geeks go trick-or-treating

Halloween is upon us, you mysterious guys, gals, and ghoulish poltergeists. For many of us, this means imbibing heavily between fistfuls of candy

Ello? Is anyone there?

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While tech analysts are marvelling over the continued existence of users on the seemingly abysmal new social networking platform, Ello, sociologists are suggesting a simple explanation

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In a recent incident, a young teen, Jessica Roe, evidently “could not begin to even,” as posted on her friend’s Instagram photo last Saturday.