Is it gambling?

Cover by Lauren Kelly

Everything about loot boxes is designed to get players to want to buy more, sometimes to the tune of hundreds of dollars.

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Please don’t overwork yourself

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

You are going to have the rest of your adult life to overwork yourself, so slow down, relax, and have fun—while you still can.

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Athleisure is bullshit

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Athleisure has taken athletic clothing, which is great, and leisure clothing, which is fantastic, and turned them into a barely palatable mess of straps that I don’t know where...

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Report: Mental health issues rising on Canadian campuses

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“Better national data is needed to help ensure that evidence-based solutions are developed,” , Breaking Down Barriers: Mental Health and Canadian Post-Secondary Students report

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DSU to hold annual general meeting

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“We offer pizza,” Aran Armutlu, DSU director of finance

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Black is the new black

Photo of Saoirse Ronan wearing Atelier Versace via Shoko.fr

I love when fashion has a purpose other than just “looking good.”

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New Year, ‘new’ me?

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

We make resolutions to fix problems, so making resolutions inherently suggests you have a problem which you must resolve.

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‘The Sims 4’ sales skyrocket in Vancouver due to housing market prospects

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“ In The Sims 4, I own a house and my parents are actually proud of me while I go to school. Plus, I got killer abs and a...

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Canada officially names sarcasm as its third official language

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Trudeau then made the announcement in French, and then in Sarcasm, closing with, “I’m sooooo thrilled to be speaking about this today.”

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Poetry and activism in our city

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“What makes performing poetry as opposed to writing that’s only on the page is the sense of community you get from saying your poems to an audience.” –...

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Group art show reflects past, present, and future Douglas College community

Art by Carissa Chmelyk, Photo by Analyn Cuarto

“Whether I’m teaching, I kind of lose myself in that. When I’m doing artwork, again, I’m totally focused on what I’m doing, and the rest of the world disappears.”...

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These kids are all right

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NFFTY film festival showcases talented young filmmakers By Sharon Miki, Assistant Editor One of the nice things about being...