Red umbrellas and decriminalization

Cover by Mike LeMieux

Society is very biased in its views towards who deserves public outrage and who does not.

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Oh, Canada Day

Photo by Lauren Kelly

This Canada Day has brought a lot of pride, a lot of advertisements, and a lot of controversy.

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Here come the beach bodies!

Image via fashionworldwide.com

If you are in the market for a new swimsuit, here are some of the trends you'll be seeing pop up in stores this summer!

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Beauty on a Budget: Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipstick

Photo via samanthajaneyt.com

The gel formula and the style of the tube makes them easy to blend, and the gentle shine gives them a great, casual look for summer.

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Small town gothic

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Does a single street constitute a town? You have no idea.

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Prime Minister won’t leave teen graduates alone

Photo by Cameron Corrado via Twitter

It seems as though Justin Trudeau just can’t leave his glory days behind him.

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Colonialism 150

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You cannot persecute us for centuries and expect us to get over it with a few apologies.

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Stop erasing bisexuals

Photo Illustration by Mike LeMieux

Bisexuals frequently find themselves ostracized by both the LGBTQ+ and straight community.

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Public transit is the worst place to hit on people

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

The idea of meeting someone on the bus may be romantic to some people, but it comes off as a little desperate and very creepy.

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Somehow, Transformers just got worse

Poster via Paramount Pictures

I can’t even recommend watching this movie ironically, and that’s saying something.

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A note on history: Music videos through time

Image via riotfest.org

The music video has evolved as an interplay between the audial and visual.

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Comic Corner: Learning from the past

Cover art by Mezieres

The Valérian and Laureline series is considered a classic among sci-fi aficionados.

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Royals women’s soccer recruiting review

Photos via douglascollegeroyals.ca

As is his speciality, head coach Chris Laxton has brought in a large group of eager women looking to test their skills at the next level.

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Homoeroticism in male sports

Illustration by Ed Appleby

Hyper masculinity could play a role in why such scenes in sports can be homoerotic.

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Black Lives Matter lead their own pride

Black Lives Matter Vancouver via thevolcano.org

The event was organized to protest against police presence in past marches and also against the corporatization of the pride parade and movement.

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New Westminster receives present for Canada’s birthday

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

“Sapperton Park is symbolic of so many parks across our great country.”

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Dangerous liaisons

Illustration by Ed Appleby

When you hear the phrase “Femme Fatale” you probably think of the definition popularized by the “Noir” genre.

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Exploring public art at your own pace

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Once you start to look for it, Metro Vancouver is full of art and ornamentation that enrich our local culture and history.

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