The psychology of guns

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Many of the gun owners that I’ve spoken to over the years have expressed a very pragmatic view in regards to gun ownership.

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Douglas College upgrades internet infrastructure

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“We essentially quadrupled our pipe size to the internet,” Ian McLeod, chief information officer for Douglas College

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College unveils new transfer agreement

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“Simon Fraser University and the University of Victoria offer two of the most modern and competitive engineering degree programs in the province,” Brian Chappell, dean of science and technology...

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Ghosting people is okay sometimes

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If you like someone you have only hung out with once or twice and they stop replying to your texts, they probably don’t feel the same way about you....

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Daylight Saving Time is terrible

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Support for eliminating the system has been growing across the country, as it really would just be easier to get rid of it entirely.

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Crowd experience

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“The very fact of assembling is an exceptionally powerful stimulant” - by Michael Serazio for Communication and Sport

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Don’t call me a pinhead

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I got started with Disney’s pin collecting and trading promotions almost a decade ago, which has blossomed into a full obsession.

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The return of OMNI magazine

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With its gonzo journalistic approach, OMNI wasn’t meant as a scholarly journal for scientific researchers, but an advanced, imaginative science-for-fun piece to appeal to a wider populace.

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The strange history of Movember

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The idea of Movember has spread far beyond the official charity work, however. Since the mid-2000s, it’s become incorporated into the mainstream culture.

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Beauty on a Budget: Eye Studio Sampler pack

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These seven tubes of high-end mascara add up to around two full size ones, and you can pick and choose which you like best and which is best for...

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Research suggests women envy moustaches, not penises

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“There was already a wealth of scientific evidence telling us that women don’t find penises impressive,” Karen Green

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It’s cold outside

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“Canada's cold, but this is Vancouver. Snow shouldn't happen here.” – Michelle Tougee

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Other Press investigates biology lab accused of being empty

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I heard crickets chirping, and that means there's nobody there, right?

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Spotlight on Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun

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“My position as an artist is to be a free human being—and to freely state the realities and the conditions of Aboriginal people.” – Artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun

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Joji’s debut EP leaves a lot to be desired

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This EP as a whole is a lyrical dark hole, with Joji not having much of anything to say throughout most of the tracks.

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‘Bottoms Up!’

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Age, class, gender, and race have all socially limited citizens from drinking parlors.

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Chill out

That which does not kill us makes us stronger. -Nietzsche As we near the end of the fall semester,...