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January 9, 2013

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That Face explores what it means to be part of a family

January 22, 2013 by Insu Kim, contributing writer  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Arts

Director Judy Treloar hopes That Face will grab audiences the same way it grabbed her when she first saw the play. That was in New Zealand, three years ago. After seeing the play, she was so moved by it that she went and bought the script. “I took the script back to where I was staying,” […]

The prophets of local non-profits

January 22, 2013 by Jean Oliver, contributing writer  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Features

Whenever I read the next great mental-health study or report, I’m reminded of a scene in The Life of Brian. Brian is about to be crucified, propelling lover Judith into action. She charges into their Judean rebel group’s board meeting, shouting, “Do something!” The president, Reg, played to perfection by John Cleese, nods enthusiastically and […]

Noms!: Chicken pasta perfection

January 15, 2013 by by Patrick Hallihan, contributing writer  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Columns

Hello, good evening, goodbye, and hello again! My name is Patrick Hallihan, and I like to eat, a lot. And I don’t just mean in terms of how much I like eating, but the quantities I eat, as well. And I think many of my fellow students would share my joy of food, even if […]

Juggling fest teaches the art of play

January 14, 2013 by Nicole Beneteau, contributing writer  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Life

For those who’ve dreamed of running away with the circus, performing magnificent feats with hoops and fire, and delighting awestruck audiences around the world, the Victoria Juggle and Flow Festival will light the way. This year’s festival is the seventh of its kind and features performances by some of the West Coast’s greatest ground-level circus […]

DECA club means business

January 11, 2013 by Crystal Derry, contributing writer  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Campus

A business club at Camosun Collge is giving students real-life experience in the business world. DECA is aimed at developing students’ professionalism and leadership skills through networking, volunteer work, and competitions. The experience gives members opportunity in the world of business to give them an edge in the competitive field. Jasmine Giesbrecht, an accounting student […]

Eye on campus: January 9 – 22

January 9, 2013 by by Jason Schreurs, managing editor  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Campus

Wednesday, January 9 Interurban Mini CamFest Join the holiday-hungover representatives of your Camosun College Student Society for a day of “handbooks, donuts, fruit, and information.” Wednesday’s festivities at the Interurban campus start at 6:03 pm (?), but we’re going to use creative license and just say it’s running throughout the day, so go grab some, […]

Local, Live, and Loud: January 9 – 22, 2013

January 9, 2013 by Dan Darling, contributing writer  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Arts

Friday, January 11 Isobel Trigger, Milk, Smash Boom Pow, Weak Patrol Logan’s Pub, 9:30 pm Jason Lee skateboarded to a song by a band called Milk back in Video Days circa 1991. I’m willing to bet that none of the guys in the Victoria version have ever even heard of them. They recorded a tune […]

Comics: January 9, 2013 issue

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Filed under January 9, 2013, Comics


A message from the Camosun College student society: A new year of advocacy

January 9, 2013 by  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Columns

Everyone has their own way of welcoming in the new year. Some choose to reflect upon the last year, others rid their homes of clutter, and still others commit to making personal changes that will better their lives. At the Camosun College Student Society, we’re looking ahead and celebrating all the new and exciting experiences […]

Speaker’s corner: The heart of persuasion

January 9, 2013 by Jean Oliver, Camosun College toastmasters  
Filed under January 9, 2013, Columns

Can you say enthymeme? It means “an argument that is built on a premise that is not explicitly stated.” It describes that feeling you get when you woo someone, instead of trying to force them to your way of thinking. Think of it this way: you’ve relied on your natural charm to win people over. […]

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