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New Music: Kendrick Lamar

By Chris Adams, March 29 2015 — The follow up to Kendrick Lamar’s acclaimed Good Kid, M.A.A.D City (GKMC) dropped unexpectedly on March 16, giving fans an early look at To Pimp a Butterfly (TPAB), which may be the best hip-hop record of the decade. Sonically, the album is a noticeable departure from his last record….

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New Music: Chastity Belt

By Claudia Wong, March 29 2015 — Based on their name alone, Chastity Belt is a band that’s out to grab attention. Could this be a Christian rock group? A joke? Their website even goes so far to confirm they are, in fact, “a real band.” As a real band, they’ve released two albums. Their sophomore…

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Nap rooms coming to That Empty Space this semester

By Hayden McBennett, March 26 2015 — Looking to take an afternoon snooze on campus? You’re in luck. Incoming Students’ Union vice-president student life Kirsty McGowan has made headway on her promise to bring nap rooms to the University of Calgary. The nap rooms will debut at the end of the semester during the SU’s…

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Quality Money to fund peer-support training and sexual harassment prevention

By Chris Adams, March 26 2015 — A proposal for sexual assault prevention and peer-support training was among the Quality Money proposals approved by the Students’ Legislative Council on Tuesday, March 24. The proposal, titled Sexual Assault Prevention Project: Creating a Culture of Consent, was submitted by the WRC in collaboration with the Consent Awareness…

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Students to bring bike share to U of C

By Chris Adams, March 26 2015 — Five University of Calgary students are looking to make two-wheeled transportation to and from campus a little easier next fall. U of C Bike Share, organized by students Robyn Perras, Gavin Schneider, Pat Shier, Amy Bruce and Meagan Windle, hopes to bring a handful of bicycles to campus…

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Government shouldn’t be applauded for Bill 10

By Jason Herring, March 26 2015 — Alberta’s government did the right thing when they passed Bill 10, but they shouldn’t be applauded for doing so after dragging their heels for so long. The revised version of the bill guarantees the right of LGBTQ students to form and participate in gay-straight alliances (GSAs) on school…

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