Video Games Live
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Video game music goes to the orchestra

By Connor Sadler, February 26 2015 — Pop culture and the orchestra don’t usually mix. But Video Games Live brings the two together into a show that highlights the energy and excitement of the greatest music of gaming. Video Games Live is an orchestral performance of the music from popular video game franchises. Created in…

Nintendo Entertainment
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Majora’s Mask makes triumphant return on 3DS

By Connor Sadler, February 26 2015 — The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D is a re-release of the popular adventure game that debuted in October 2000. The game focuses on Link, a young boy in pursuit of the Skull Kid, a forest imp who stole an ancient and powerful artifact called Majora’s Mask. Using…

Alexander Kim
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The truth is out there, north of Edmonton

By Alexander Kim, February 26 2015 — There’s a UFO landing pad in St. Paul, a town of 6,000 about two hours north-east of Edmonton. The landing pad and its historical context are the subject of Space Fictions & the Archives, an exhibition at The New Gallery by Canadian artist Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen. Nguyen contrasts…

Campus needs designated prayer space

By Chase Little, February 26 2015 — University is difficult. Chasing a perfect GPA can be a crippling source of stress. If we add in non-academic struggles, life can be dark at times. And in times of need, many students turn to prayer for solace. Religious students deserve designated spaces where they can pray. Around…

Rhys Sosnowski
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We deserve your vote

By David Song, February 26 2015 — Students stay busy. There’s a constant stream of academic work and for most of us, the classroom is a major source of stress. It’s easy to see why voter turnout in the Students’ Union election is low. Last year, only 28.8 per cent of eligible voters went to…

Louie Villanueva
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Student leaders concerned Alberta may scrap inflation-tied tuition cap

By Chris Adams, February 26 2015 — Alberta’s student leaders are worried the provincial government may scrap the inflation-tied cap on tuition in the wake of potential budget cuts to post-secondary education. Current regulations stipulate that tuition can’t be raised more than the rate of inflation based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Tuition increases…

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