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Visibility is the Camosun Chargers' biggest challenge (photo by Kevin Light). Camosun has a sports team?: A Camosun student athlete looks at the Chargers’ challenges | May. 13

When Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball setter Vitor Macedo’s block looped up over his opponents and landed inches within the end line during men’s volleyball championships, my Facebook newsfeed exploded. Pictures of gold medals in mouths, a white banner reading “National Champions Canadiens,” and the wooden trophy that took two hands to carry were posted everywhere. As a member of the Camosun basketball team, much of my social media circle was either following the volleyball game on Twitter... 

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Painted Blue Deck by Paul MacIntyre What’s Going On: May 13, 2015 issue (with extra web-exclusive content) | May. 13

Painted Blue Deck by Paul MacIntyre is part of <em>duplicate</em> at... 


Deborah Williams plays the role of Sonia in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (photo provided). Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike mocks aging, sibling rivalries | Apr. 27

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike blends characters and storylines from various... 


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Campus

Camosun’s Ocean Lu, not to be confused with her twin sister, Rain (photo by Jill Westby/Nexus). Know Your Profs: Camosun economics and statistics prof Ocean Lu loves to see students succeed | May. 13

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


Painted Blue Deck by Paul MacIntyre What’s Going On: May 13, 2015 issue (with extra web-exclusive content) | May. 13

Painted Blue Deck by Paul MacIntyre is part of <em>duplicate</em> at... 


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Arts

Local indie rockers Isobel Trigger have played across Canada and learned lessons along the way (photo by Brett Reid). Victoria’s Isobel Trigger learn how to rock through trial and error | May. 13

Victoria indie rock/pop band Isobel Trigger packed up the van and hit the road for... 


Stephanie Morin-Robert’s Me, Myself & Eye is just one of many diverse performances at this year’s Uno Fest (photo by Tristan Brand). Uno Fest brings home serious performing talent | May. 13

Until May 24, Intrepid Theatre will be home to 15 different performers from all over... 


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Life

The one and only Snoopy tree, located at Gowlland Tod Provincial Park (photo by Sarah Tayler/Nexus). Stardust in the waters: a journey through a provincial park | May. 11

Half a block past the entrance to the Butchart Gardens, the van crunched onto the... 


There will be plenty of glasses clinkin’ at this year’s Victoria Beer Week (photo provided). Victoria Beer Week brings more cheers to another year | Mar. 4

With its abundance of craft breweries, it’s pretty clear that Victoria is a beer-drinking... 


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Sports

1st year guard Haley Cabral credit Kevin Light FOR WEB Mid-season equals middle of pack for Camosun Chargers basketball teams | Nov. 28

The Camosun Chargers basketball teams recently finished up the first half of their... 


Womans VB Still 002 Camosun Chargers Volleyball teams look forward to successful seasons | Oct. 27

This year’s Camosun Chargers volleyball teams are off to a flying start, but they... 


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News

The student society’s Michael Glover expresses his microwave concerns (photo by Jill Westby/Nexus). Microwave maintenance making waves at Camosun | May. 13

The microwaves on both Camosun campuses are a bit of a hot potato when it comes to... 


Andrea Eggenberger is the new student society external executive (photo by Jill Westby/Nexus). Camosun College Student Society elections a tight race | May. 13

On April 7, 8, and 9, the Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) held their spring... 


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Features

Visibility is the Camosun Chargers' biggest challenge (photo by Kevin Light). Camosun has a sports team?: A Camosun student athlete looks at the Chargers’ challenges | May. 13

When Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball setter Vitor Macedo’s block looped up... 


DSC_0109 CRD clears the air on the new clean-air bylaws | Apr. 1

Smoking in Victoria is about to become a lot more difficult. The Capital Regional... 


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Views

DSC_0094 FOR WEB Open Space: Decolonization, divestment, and Camosun College | Apr. 1

Update: A previous version of this story, and the version that ran in our April 1,... 


NEXUS 25-12 COVER Open Space: All religions same at core | Mar. 4

It was an early Sunday morning and I was attending church for the first time in about... 


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Columns

books0106donohue Lit Matters: Sjón and the natural history of poetry | May. 13

“I have seen the universe! It is made of poems!” So declares a character in... 


The Prodigal Planeswalker is the column of the Camosun College Magic: The Gathering Club (image provided). The Prodigal Planeswalker: Let’s not forget Timmy | Apr. 1

In a previous column I delved into the different player archetypes of Magic: The... 


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Humour

comic4jpeg Comics, August 13, 2014 issue: #trustfundbaby | Aug. 13

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Astrological Asininity: August 13, 2014 issue | Aug. 13

Aries: The fortune’s kinda weird but here it is: watch out for Santa because it’s... 


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