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Dearest Reader: A proposal: Camosun must offer job to displaced premier | Jul. 11

Dearest reader, If events in our fair province following the recently passed provincial election might be proportionately and appropriately characterized as a storm, then the BC Liberal government should be thought of as a beached whale, aging and badly suited for the waters in which it swam, now found deflating on the shoreline in a morass of melting fat and fermenting flesh. And as we, the lice and maggots attendant on this corpse, gather to make well of the remains, let us spare a thought for... 

Web Exclusive

The Little Hours inconsistent but enjoyably quirky | Jul. 21

Director Jeff Baena’s made-for-Sundance sex comedy The Little Hours (which opens... 


CUPE 2081 upset at Camosun contracting out rainbow painting | Jul. 20

Camosun College recently added a rainbow design to the bus loop at the Interurban... 


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Campus

Exhibit showcases Camosun artist-in-residence alumni | Jul. 11

A little air is a new visual arts exhibit up at Camosun College’s Lansdowne campus,... 


Know Your Writers: Nexus staff photographer Jill Westby | Jul. 11

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


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Arts

New Music Revue: The Stevens’ new EP decent summer tunes | Jul. 11

The Stevens Good (Chapter Music) 3.5/5 The second album from Melbourne alternative... 


What’s Going On: July 12 to August 15, 2017 | Jul. 11

Until Saturday, August 26 Open your west coast mind Open Space’s Forestrial Brain... 


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Life

Workshop combines city planning and tree houses | Jun. 14

What’s an engaging way to get citizens proactive in city development? Get them... 


LANtasy’s rising popularity brings changes | Mar. 15

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


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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 institutes new 20-credit registration limit | Jul. 11

As of September of this year, Camosun College will be implementing a 20-credit registration... 


News Briefs: July 12, 2017 issue | Jul. 11

Camosun alumnus new Chargers coach Former Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball player... 


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Features

Secret bank accounts, a petition to defederate, and asthma-induced racist accusations: notes from the frontlines of the national student movement | Jul. 11

As Camosun students go about their day—running to class, studying late, drinking... 


A second beginning: three mature Camosun students tell their stories | Jun. 14

Why on earth would someone who is a bit older than the average student—a mature... 


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Views

Open Space: Marijuana should not be legalized for recreational use | Jul. 11

Marijuana should not be legalized in BC for recreational use because of the associated... 


Open Space: In memory of Christine Archibald | Jul. 11

I’ve sat myself down to write about my brush with the life of Christine Archibald... 


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Columns

The Bi-weekly Gamer: How VR could turn esports on its head | Jul. 12

Escaping to another dimension or reality: it’s a dream that’s been around for... 


Cream of the Craft: The beers of summer are here | Jul. 11

Summer is here; if any season is beer season, this is it. Our local brewers are out... 


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