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Langham Court’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a must-see | Apr. 24

Having attended a university-prep school with a notable performing arts program, I was no stranger to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde going into this play. As I took my seat in the intimate Langham Court theatre, which is full of timeless character and faint smells of oak, I wondered if I was in for another brainless psychotic bloodbath on stage, but almost as soon as the curtain rose, it became clear this performance was going to be a fresh take on this story, which is well over 100 years old. Langham Court’s... 

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Alice Munro Stories wows with complex storytelling | Apr. 21

From the wonderful and imaginative mind of novelist and Nobel Prize winner Alice... 


Slam poetry contest captures politics, love, and more | Apr. 13

Legendary American poet Robert Frost once said that “a poem begins as a lump in... 


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Campus

Know Your Writers: Nexus contributing writer Felicia Santarossa | Mar. 29

Have you ever wondered about the Camosun students writing the articles you read in... 


Camosun College Chemistry prof Silvija Smith on ice cream and embracing technology | Mar. 29

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Arts

What’s Going On: March 29 to May 16, 2017 | Mar. 29

Until Monday, May 1 Write your heart out The Victoria Writers’ Society is holding... 


Art exhibit looks at environmental issues through pole dancing | Mar. 29

Birds of Paradise is a new art installation that seeks to use pole dancing as a vehicle... 


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Life

LANtasy’s rising popularity brings changes | Mar. 15

The world of cosplay, LAN (local area network) events, tabletop minis, board games,... 


Local wrestling league prepares for smackdown | Mar. 1

Wrestling was the most popular sport in ancient Greece. Thousands of years before... 


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Sports

Camosun Chargers golfers swing for the greens | Oct. 5

Update: After this story went to press, the Chargers golf team finished in first... 


Victoria roller-derby league Eves of Destruction not for the faint-hearted | Aug. 10

Roller derby is a physically intense sport, and those involved in Victoria’s Eves... 


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News

Camosun College Student Society to hold student by-elections in April | Mar. 29

Voter turnout is increasing in federal elections, and with the Camosun College Student... 


Student society “reasonably confident” Camosun took action over events detailed in accusatory letter | Mar. 29

The Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) feels that Camosun College has taken action... 


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Features

The danger zone: Camosun cyclists continue to face hazards | Mar. 29

As I was driving home from school one day, I hurriedly pulled out of rush-hour traffic... 


Chris Hadfield: The Nexus interview | Mar. 15

What more can a person accomplish after orbiting Earth? Chris Hadfield has the answer... 


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Views

Open Space: Don’t let motion M-103 limit free speech | Mar. 29

In the wake of anti-Islamophobia motion M-103, put forward by Liberal MP Iqra Khalid,... 


25 Years Ago in Nexus: March 29, 2017 issue | Mar. 29

CFS controversy begins: Back in 1992, the Camosun College Student Society was talking... 


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Columns

Calculated Thought: The impact of higher US interest rates | Mar. 29

Anyone who follows this column may notice I talk a lot about interest rates. When... 


To See or Not to See: Pulp Fiction holds up, like the Bible | Mar. 29

Pulp Fiction 5/5 Pulp Fiction (1994) was the last film that was both truly original... 


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