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Joel Plaskett returns to town with dad in tow | Mar. 15

To pursue a career in music without the support of family would be a very unfortunate experience indeed. Joel Plaskett has been a consistent voice in the Canadian music scene since the mid ’90s; he’s played with a number of great musicians, but his most recent collaboration is with a particularly special one: his father, Bill. The two have recorded an album together, Solidarity, and will be stopping in Victoria on their current cross-country tour. “He’s played on a couple of records of mine... 

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Open Space: It’s time for some fresh blood in BC’s provincial office | Mar. 20

With all the exciting events taking place across the world recently, we Canadians... 


Camosun receives largest donation in college’s history | Mar. 17

The Camosun College Foundation’s TRADEmark of Excellence campaign recently received... 


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Campus

Know Your Profs: Camosun’s David Raju on bugs, biology, and being called Raju | Mar. 15

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


Know Your Writers: Nexus contributing writer Aaron Stefik | Mar. 15

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


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Arts

What’s Going On: March 16 to 27, 2017 | Mar. 15

Thursday, March 16 Sellars speaks Camosun College’s Human Rights Committee is hosting... 


New dance performance echoes classic horror movies | Mar. 15

Broken Rhythms Dance Company’s upcoming dance performance Universal Horrors takes... 


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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

News Briefs: March 15, 2017 issue | Mar. 15

Camosun instructor passes away  Laurie O’Dowd, who taught in Camosun’s English... 


Camosun College Student Society moves to electronic voting | Mar. 15

The Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) is moving over to electronic voting in... 


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Features

Chris Hadfield: The Nexus interview | Mar. 15

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


Cream of the craft: A college students’ guide to drinking local beer | Mar. 1

One of the most important aspects of college life is unwinding after a long week... 


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Views

25 Years Ago in Nexus | Mar. 15

A conspiracy theory worth considering: We asked students what they thought about... 


Open Space: The disciplines need to stop alienating with language | Mar. 15

Science has its own language; for those who wish to become its children, that quickly... 


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Columns

Calculated Thought: Robots make investing simpler | Mar. 15

In case you read some of my info in past columns on how to get started in investing... 


Cream of the Craft: A tale of two stouts | Mar. 15

Cream of the Craft is a new column that will appear in every issue of Nexus. Each... 


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