Roll for initiative!

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Once a week by night, however, I become the tiny but mighty Kala Greenwood, a gnome warlock chained to a powerful elemental deity from the Primordial Plane.

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Millennials actually do care about politics

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It is the “lazy millennials” who speak up for equality and aim to create a society where everyone is accepted and provided for.

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Armpit hair on women is natural and should not be shamed

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

Some people claim armpit hair on women is “unnatural,” which I say is nonsense. If armpit hair—or any body hair for that matter—on women isn’t natural then why does...

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Royals MSOC face tough Blues challenge

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The Royals will have their work cut out for them

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Emergency lockdown drills scheduled for September

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“Every year we've done it, the procedure remains sound.” Nancy Constable, Director of Safety, Security, and Risk Management.

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DSU changes policies for student clubs

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“I think that clubs are a great way for students to get that first-level engagement on campus, because you're really just going in and finding that thing you share...

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Bringing back the 40s

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The trends I mention in this article will tend to be for both men and women, because unisex is something you can expect to see a lot of going...

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Bugs for food

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

If you care about the environment, are passionate about health food, or just like to try any and all food products, crickets deliver a nutty and crunchy taste to...

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Trudeau holds séance to contact the ghost dogs of William Mackenzie King

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After all the rituals were done, three Irish Terriers appeared and began barking advice first in English, followed by French.

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‘Life is Strange’ prequel defies worried expectations

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Deck Nine proved that not only could they make a passable prequel for the beloved game, they could create something on par with, and sometimes better than, the original.

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‘Get in the lion, paladin!’ and other growing pains

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With the limited time allotted to each story thread this season, I couldn’t help but feel as though the overall arc was muddied and left a little incomplete.

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