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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A picture of a few hundred words

Image via Warner Bros Pictures

Reading the This is Where I Leave You novel before watching the movie version made seeing the visual story a better experience.

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Summer gothic

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Your drink is already half-melted. You are already half-melted.

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Driven mad

holding a fried rice

I am on the front lines of society, and I’ve seen its deep-fried underbelly.

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How do we stop terrorism in the Middle East?

“With guns, you can kill terrorists. With education, you can kill terrorism.”

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Jess’ juices: Fruity, sweet, and summery

Illustration by Janis McMath

This is what Sailor Moon would drink if she wanted to get smashed.

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Getting hooked on hooking

Photo by Caroline Ho

The wonderful thing about crochet is that you can work on a project basically anywhere and while doing so many other things.

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Your negative opinion of an artist doesn’t matter

Photo of Ariana Grande via billboard.com

Her past mistakes should not overshadow all the good qualities Grande possesses.

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Tough talk

photo of Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino vIa combatpress.com

On May 19, we found out what Cyborg would do when she came face-to-face with her bully at the UFC athlete retreat.

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The sting of silver

Photo via fotozoneonline

Although the loss stings, the team can take pride in the number of accomplishments they had this year, including a perfect 32–0 regular season.

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Augmented or virtual: what’s the reality?

Photo by Aaron Guillen

“AR can help students visualize their world in unique ways by getting out into nature versus learning from a textbook.” —Derek Turner

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Historic BC election leaves province in limbo

Photo of John Horgan (NDP) & Andrew Weaver (Green) via BC NDP

The three-member Green Party found itself with the power to determine how the new BC government would function.

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How do we stop terrorism in the Middle East?

Photo of Malala Yousafzai via nutfreenerd.com

“With guns, you can kill terrorists. With education, you can kill terrorism.”

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If albums were presented visually

Cover by Joel McCarthy

A visual component has started to become a bigger part of music albums than it used to be, as nowadays some releases include a music video for every song.

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