History of hazing

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Plato was allegedly one of the first to observe hazing. Back when toga parties were just called parties, students were treating each other just as terribly.

The first days of the NHL

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Within a few short years the game had written itself into Canadian history and made itself a permanent part of our national identity and culture.

Patriotic revival endangers free speech

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The issue of whether an individual should kneel while the “Star-Spangled Banner” is being played or stand and sing like a proud patriot is forcing the country into a downward spiral.

Splitting form

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But the score isn’t the most indicative of performances. The Falcons had their chances, but Alexa Gazzola, who was playing in her first game since injury, was strong in front of her net.

Indoor sports for the uninclined

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If you’re like me and the idea of weightlifting in a gym feels a little too akin to doing your taxes—but you also fear the wrath of Vancouver’s weather—it may be time to find some indoor activities.

Back on track

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I’m not sure if Langara missed the memo on only eating turkey dinner after the games.