Tagged February 16 2017

SU elections mean it’s time to prepare for a post-MacHall world

The upcoming Students’ Union general election at the University of Calgary is about more than just hallways plastered with posters and grown men running around in Minions costumes. The election will present the opportunity for student politicians to bring up and debate “the issues.” These issues include everything from federal advocacy to free pizza days….

Sexual violence policy consultation comes to an end

By Saima Asad, February 14 2017 — A month-long consultation on the University of Calgary’s new campus sexual violence policy closed on Feb. 8. The policy, which has been in the works for nearly two years, opened for student consultation on Jan 9. The sexual violence policy aims to provide a framework for addressing sexual assault…

Date Night: Post-Valentine’s Day date ideas if you forgot

By Nikayla Goddard, February 14 2017 — Too busy studying for midterms to cook a romantic candle-lit dinner? Did you forget Valentine’s Day, despite the fact that your significant other has been hinting about something special coming up for the past few weeks? Here are some post-Valentine’s Day date ideas to make up for it….

New Music: JJ Shiplett

By Rachel Woodward, February 14 2017 — As somebody who has trouble appreciating country music, I am hesitant to give new albums of the genre a try. But as someone who also supports local music, I was eager to give Calgary-born JJ Shiplett’s new album Something to Believe In my best shot.  The country-rock up-and-comer…

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