New Music: Earl Sweatshirt

By Troy Hasselman, January 18 2019 — The first voice you hear on Some Rap Songs, the new album from Odd Future alumni Earl Sweatshirt, doesn’t belong to Earl. Instead, you hear a brief snippet of a 1962 speech from author and civil rights activist James Baldwin called “The Artists Struggle for Integrity.” In the speech,…

Things about playing Kim Kardashian: Hollywood in 2019

By Frankie Hart, January 18 2019 — On Dec. 29, 2018 at precisely 12:21 a.m., I texted my friend to let her know that I re-downloaded the 2014 smash hit mobile game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. After the download, I was asked if I would like to restore my previous save from November 2017. Ah. It…

Astrological reasons why you should drop this class

By Frankie Hart, January 18 2019 — Capricorn (Dec. 22 – Jan. 19) Your professor will announce that since they weren’t supposed to ask for doctor’s notes anymore, if you’re sick, you have to be examined by them personally. Seems like a bit much, but that participation mark will be worth it! Aquarius (Jan. 20…

What’s next for Cannon: A rumination

By Calum Robertson, January 18 2019 — Now that Elizabeth Cannon has left behind her storied career as president of the University of Calgary, whatever shall she do to occupy her time? Here are our five best guesses: 1. Haunt Craigie Hall: It’s well-known that Craigie Hall is a decaying, monolithic eye-sore. The majority of…

Potential consequence for in-class texting disproportionate to offence

January 18 2018 — The start of a new semester brings the customary spiel from instructors during the first day of class about the importance of being an attentive student. This entails the value of actually going to class, taking notes and the proper use of technology during lecture. This semester in particular, however, several…

Dinos Ringette bring home second-consecutive University Challenge Cup win

By Kristy Koehler, January 17 2019 — Dinos Ringette had a busy winter. The athletes spent their semester break in Waterloo, Ontario, winning their second-consecutive University Challenge Cup. With the win, the Dinos earned their 10th UCC victory and become the most successful team in the history of the championship. Emily Drake, veteran Dinos goaltender,…

Calgary should add fluoride back to its public drinking water

By Jason Herring, January 17 2019 — It’s been over two years since Calgary’s city council last debated the contentious issue of fluoridating city water. In 2019, Calgary should remedy one of its most embarrassing failings as a city by taking action to add fluoride back into public drinking water. Water fluoridation is the process of adding a controlled amount of…

Bill C-46 an affront to constitutional rights

By Kayle Van’t Klooster, January 17 2019 — Canada’s new impaired driving laws are a sloppy piece of legislation. Make no mistake — impaired driving is a terrible crime. Driving while impaired puts innocent lives at risk and tears apart countless families each year. It’s also easily avoidable by planning ahead and taking a cab, Uber…

Final grades should be posted sooner

By Derek Baker, January 16 2018 — As usual, a good chunk of my time over the holidays was spent clicking the refresh button on the myUofC Grades page to see if final marks had been posted. A typical day comprised of waking up and checking, eating lunch and checking, waiting for the end of the work day and checking and,…

Horoscopes: Why will you cry this month?

By Jenna Leong and Nigel Freno, January 10 2019 — Capricorn (Dec. 22 – Jan. 19) Wanting to prepare yourself for Valentine’s Day, you’ll get a head start on crying. Who says you can only feel unbearably lonely once a year? Aquarius (Jan. 20 – Feb. 18) Working retail over the holidays, you’ve been to…

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