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Symposium shines light on college’s coffee-cup problem | Feb. 21

On Tuesday, January 23, The Curse of the Coffee Cup, a symposium about the environmental impacts of disposable coffee cups, was simulcast at Camosun College’s two campuses. The event focused on how we can reduce or eliminate the use of paper and plastic coffee cups at Camosun. “Camosun has for the past five or six years undertaken a waste audit. Previously, it was through an outside company, but for the past few years they’ve been doing it internally,” says Camosun Economics professor Becky... 

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Crimes of the Heart meets Phoenix Theatre’s high standards of quality | Feb. 19

Theatre is humbling. In a world of crazy CGI backdrops and extravagant crane shots... 


World Religions Conference celebrates collaboration in community service | Feb. 12

Representatives from six different faiths spoke before a diverse audience at the... 


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Campus

Know Your Profs: Camosun’s Matthew Agbay on redoing work and being a role model | Feb. 21

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


Brazilian student athlete brings his experience to Camosun Chargers | Feb. 21

Eduardo Bidá recently arrived in Victoria from Brazil and wasted no time integrating... 


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Arts

Art exhibit measures emotional distances with technology | Feb. 21

Imagine the awe of the viewers in front of their box-like televisions in 1969 when... 


Terra Lightfoot brings her most recent mistakes to town | Feb. 21

Hamilton singer/songwriter Terra Lightfoot says that her latest album, New Mistakes,... 


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Life

Great Canadian Beer Fest celebrates a quarter-century in style | Sep. 20

Gettin’ loose Friday, September 8: media tour Friday may have started off with... 


Great Canadian Beer Festival celebrates 25 years | Sep. 5

For many, September means back to school and an end to fun. However, for beer lovers... 


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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: February 21, 2018 issue | Feb. 21

Science help centre opening at Lansdowne A science help centre is opening at Camosun... 


Student raises concerns about Camosun ABE pricing policies | Feb. 21

A Camosun student has expressed concern over the college charging for certain 100-level... 


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Features

Accessible for all? A recently constructed building with no elevator raises questions about how Camosun College is doing with accessibility issues | Feb. 21

Camosun’s Centre for Trades Education and Innovation is a beautiful building, filled... 


A prescription for victory: How one student just eliminated the age cap for Camosun students’ dental and medical plan | Feb. 7

The Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) advocates for Camosun students, negotiating... 


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Views

Open Space: We can’t be afraid to be jerks to our friends | Feb. 21

Friendship is a mutually beneficial contract between two people. In a friendship... 


25 Years Ago in Nexus: February 21, 2018 issue | Feb. 21

The long road to legalization: In “The plant with many uses,” our editorial... 


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Columns

The Bi-weekly Gamer: Vainglory hits milestone in mobile gaming with new release | Feb. 21

The time has finally come for Vainglory. The game’s long awaited 5v5 mode arrived... 


Mind Matters: Cyberbullying must be stopped | Feb. 21

On Wednesday, February 28, we’ll find ourselves in a sea of flamingo-coloured T-shirts... 


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