Tagged January 19 2017

Library resource cuts hurt our research institution reputation

From 2012–2016, the University of Calgary cut $2,140,558 in academic resources from its collections, with another $1.5 million cut in the 2016–17 fiscal year. This means that valuable resources for both faculty and students from journals like Taylor & Francis and Oxford University Press are no longer available. While the U of C libraries claim they…

Networking shouldn’t inform everyday interactions

By Jill Girgulis, January 17 2017 — You are at an event. The dress code is business-casual. Your friend — a third-year en route to a Bachelors of Commerce with a concentration in marketing- — is with you. Midway through the evening, your friend leaves your side to go talk an older, well-dressed gentleman you don’t…

First and foremost: the joys of foreplay

By Lady Marmalade, January 17 2017 — Foreplay seems to be an all-or-nothing aspect of a relationship in terms of sex. Either your partner loves to take some sweet, sweet time to warm you up, or things hit full-throttle almost as soon as they begin. If you have a vagina, you probably know that for…

All The Little Animals I Have Eaten highlighted at HPR

By Gurman Sahota, January 17 2017 — After stepping into a last-minute role on The Newsroom left by a departing male actor, Karen Hines experienced a cultural shift in gendered characters, notably within their dialogue. When Hines’ character was brought back for the next season, the part was revised for her. Suddenly, the character could…

Wait Until Dark for Vertigo Theatre’s latest

By Rachel Woodward, January 17 2017 — For most people, a night out at the theatre is a relaxing time, where participating as an audience member is limited to watching a story that might make you laugh or shed a tear. But when was the last time you sat at the theatre feeling genuine fear…

New Music: The xx

By Gurman Sahota, January 17 2017 — After nearly five years since the release of their last album, the xx return with their third studio album I See You. The album is an ode to heartbreak, loss and surprising clarity. It’s a perfect foil to the endless onslaught of love songs as we approach Valentine’s…

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