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PIPS:lab explores social media in interactive performance

By Liv Ingram, November 27 2014 — Originating in the underground party scene of Amsterdam, PIPS:lab is a performance group well known in the Netherlands for their surreal, interactive multimedia shows. Their unorthodox and outlandish performances blur the lines between theatre, film and video games, making it difficult to pin down what exactly PIPS:lab does….

Benjamin Laird Arts & Photo
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Pseudo-Sherlock tackles dinner party murder in new play

By Connor Sadler, November 27 2014 — Sherlock Holmes plays typically have a serious tone. Holmes paces around the crime scene uncovering clues and revealing motives until he solves the crime. The Game’s Afoot, presented by Vertigo Theatre, puts a comedic twist on the formula by focusing on William Gillette, an actor who used to…

Drew Stewart
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Self-described “lazy” musician Ryan Hemsworth keeps busy

By Andy Williams, November 27 2014 — Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth’s uncanny ability to combine southern hip hop, indie rock, j-pop and video game samples in his sets has attracted a large following. He has remixed the work of artists like Frank Ocean, Grimes, Lorde and Mikky Ekko to much acclaim. After releasing eight EPs…

Derick Daily
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DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist play classic vinyl set

By Jason Herring, November 27 2014 — Cut Chemist and DJ Shadow are giving vinyl enthusiasts and hip-hop fans a reason to get excited with their vinyl-only Renegades of Rhythm tour. The renowned turntablists have both had long careers in hip hop. DJ Shadow (Josh Davis) is well known for his innovative, sample-driven, instrumental hip-hop…

Dawn Muenchrath
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Students need a community to care

By Brittany Haines, November 27 2014 — Student apathy on campus has a lot to do with a campus community that’s small at best and non-existent at it’s worst. Even with countless clubs, groups and events that give students the opportunity to join and support a cause they believe in, turn-out and political engagement are…

Rhys Sosnowski
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Should you go into debt to earn a degree?

No, it’s a waste of money By Hayden McBennett, November 27 2014 — A university degree once meant a stable, well-paying career. That’s no longer the case, but we still buy into the sacrosanct importance of higher education. Since 2007, admissions averages in programs at the University of Calgary have steadily increased. At the same…

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