Sunday, December 11, 2016

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Manchester by the Sea brutally real, brutally good | Dec. 8

Manchester by the Sea 4.5/5 I’ve seen few films throughout my cinematic-junkie career that jar the viewer and pick at the can of worms we all try to keep shut inside us the way Manchester by the Sea (2016) does. It delves into the deepest and darkest trenches of the fragile human heart while making the viewer laugh at the dry, sarcastic, occasionally black humour. Manchester by the Sea does not shy away from dealing with heavy emotions (photo provided). The movie follows a janitor—Lee Chandler,... 

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New Music Revue: The Rolling Stones keep rolling with Blue and Lonesome | Dec. 5

The Rolling Stones Blue and Lonesome (Interscope Records) 4.5/5 The Rolling Stones’... 


Open Space: Camosun College students should leave the Canadian Federation of Students | Dec. 5

Camosun College students pay $1.11 per month to be members of the Canadian Federation... 


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Campus

Camosun Visual Arts exhibit focuses on student freedom | Nov. 30

Taking 100 photographs and then arranging them in an artistically sound way is no... 


Know Your Profs: Camosun’s Kathie Ross doesn’t want to see students give up | Nov. 30

Know Your Profs is an ongoing series of profiles on the instructors at Camosun College.... 


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Arts

North Carolina soloist says music serves as an outlet during the holidays | Nov. 30

American soprano and soloist Molly Quinn is no stranger to life on the road. And... 


Local artist examines colonization from personal experience | Nov. 30

Art wasn’t something that Victoria’s Mike Alexander thought he was able to commit... 


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Life

New Victoria Beer festival adds cheer to winter season | Nov. 30

Ah yes, beer: a beverage often enjoyed outside in the summer months after a long... 


Victoria’s Horror Escape offers frightful challenges for the season | Oct. 21

As we enter the Saunders family home, we’re told that their daughter, Elsa, had... 


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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

New student representatives elected to Camosun College boards | Nov. 30

On October 25 and 26, the Camosun College board of governors and education council... 


News Briefs: November 30, 2016 issue | Nov. 30

Camosun partnering with Seaspan Shipyards  Victoria’s Seaspan Shipyards recently... 


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Features

Consensual change: A look at Camosun College’s new Sexual Violence and Misconduct Policy | Nov. 30

As a trauma survivor, I think the fact that Camosun has had no formal way to report... 


A connected campus: How technology is changing the classrooms of Camosun | Nov. 16

We’re in the midst of a technological revolution that is changing the way we communicate,... 


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Views

Open Space: Uninformed voting must stop | Nov. 30

The streets swelled and popped with euphoria. Reasons were shared as to why they... 


25 Years Ago in Nexus: November 30, 2016 issue | Nov. 30

Interesting culinary twist: The ongoing saga of dishes going missing from the Lansdowne... 


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Columns

Lit Matters: Louise Erdrich explores myth-making and magic realism | Nov. 30

Ojibwe writer and bookstore owner Louise Erdrich knows the power of storytelling. When... 


To See or Not to See: Arrival almost awesome | Nov. 30

Arrival 3/5 Arrival (2016) comes to us as the latest in a string of science-fiction... 


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