Stigmas and sativas

Cover by Lauren Kelly

The origins of the term and speculations as to why 4/20 is so heavily associated with cannabis have been hazy and subject to fabrication.

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Therapy dogs visit Douglas College for training and comfort

Photos by Greg Waldock

For both the dogs and their owners, this is a real and serious job.

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New transfer agreement for Youth Justice Diploma

Photo of Royal Roads University via Wikimedia Commons

“Anytime we can help students continue their education and open more doors to meaningful employment, we have succeeded.” Karla Gronsdahl, dean of child, family, and community studies

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Why bikes are how I roll

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Going somewhere that’s off the major transit routes? No problemo. Bikes can get you there, and usually in less time than it takes to bus anywhere in Vancouver.

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Gods among humans

Photo of Brittney Spears via Wikimedia Commons

It appears that some see these celebrities as godlike figures, instead of just as people trying to make a living for themselves.

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Beauty on a budget: NYX Strobe of Genius Holographic Stick

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

I decided to brighten up my look with some colourful highlighters from NYX.

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Great Inclinations: Starter hikes for the hiker just starting out

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Whether you’re an experienced hiker who’s taken the winter months off, or someone who’s embarking on their first hike, the following trails are a great start to the season.

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Game Over: Press Play to Continue

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Are you a big fan of retro videogames and parties?

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Office plant pines for better work-life balance

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

“It’s just work, work, work all the time, you know?” – the ficus

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City introduces microscopic suites to solve housing crisis

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

“I don’t really own much, just a few of my favorite electrons,” Jared Yoon, micro-suite applicant.

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Heavier, melancholier, but definitely still Breaking Benjamin

'Ember' album cover

Most of the tracks delve deeply—thematically and lyrically—into the self-reflective angst that one expects from Breaking Benjamin.

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Remembering Leonard Cohen

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Cohen's music does not just inspire the plot—it is the plot, and accounts for the only dialogue between characters.

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