2017’s Greatest Hits

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Let’s have a look at the Top 10 Albums of 2017.

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is coming packed with new species

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From Ewoks to Porgs, Star Wars is always bringing interesting new creatures for fans to love.

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The best non-traditional Christmas songs

Christmas with Cthulhu and Friends' by Nelson Evergeen

Put a little cosmic horror in your Christmas.

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Racism and poverty: A muddy situation

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Mudbound is a compelling and absorbing film, with a stunning cast and a realistic depiction of racism, sexism, and poverty in the 1940s.

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Thick as thieves

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Part heist movie, part pirate adventure, this one is a ton of fun.

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What makes funk music funky?

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"Bass and drums provide the foundation, and in my opinion, funk tends to be more complicated and interesting (both rhythmically and harmonically) than rock or blues.” – Blair Fisher,...

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Tim Hortons shouldn’t be ‘quintessentially Canadian’

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Ordinary Canadians and people abroad still see Timmies as being as Canadian as maple leaves, nationalized healthcare, and disgruntled Francophones.

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Headphones rock

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Headphones also serve as fashion accessories and ear-warmers.

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Give the change you wish to see in the world

Photo by Andy Griffin via Flickr

At a certain point, people just need some money.

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Why does Canada have Black Friday?

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I don't think that the day of the biggest sales of the year need to happen on a specific Friday determined by another country's holiday schedule.

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Douglas College embroiled in meme war

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“Everyone loves a good laugh, especially at this time of the year with finals wrapping up,” Stephanie Malundo, Douglas College student.

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Indigenous garden unveiled at New Westminster campus

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“The teaching around sweetgrass is that it is to remind us that life is good,” Amelia McComber, Indigenous elder.

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Sport: Forever

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It’s been a long two years since, and I’ve never felt more connected to sports that I do now, despite not having played a pickup game in years.

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Who wants to spend the holidays in traction?

Illustration by Ed Appleby

Shockingly, some of us are averse to injuring ourselves for fun.

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Post-Grey Cup musings

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If you look at the Argonauts’ active roster, only about 35 per cent of the players are from Canadian universities.

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The morning-after pill

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First and foremost, the morning after pill is not the abortion pill.

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Holiday stress got you down?

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Now, of course my advice to you is to not blow off everyone and crawl into your quilt cave in order to watch Netflix all break.

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Depression meals: Tis the season for fighting your family

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Prep the only large Tupperware container you have. Line the bottom with paper towel. Or don’t. I don’t care.

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New study reveals that 40 per cent of research is done out of spite

Illustration by Max Foss

Participants were recorded on how many times they clenched their fists, slammed the table, or shouted at the ceiling “I'LL SHOW THEM! I'LL SHOW THEM ALL!!!”

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