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March 6, 2013

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Local, Live, and Loud: March 20 – April 2

March 20, 2013 by Dan Darling, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Arts

Friday, March 22 The Odds, The Archers Upstairs Cabaret, $20, 10 pm I think my favourite skit from Kids in the Hall was the one where Satan trades an endless supply of weed for a jean jacket. The guy ends up with dread-like dope growing from his head. Damn, those guys were some kinda funny. […]

Lines in the sand: equality and sexism on campus

March 19, 2013 by Rachael Grant, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Features

International Women’s Day is a day meant for reflection and action based on the progression of women’s rights. Events will be held worldwide, and Camosun is no exception. This day, meant to perpetuate acceptance and equality, is often met with a clash of opinions and perspectives. But how is Camosun College doing with equality and […]

Camosun cultural talent show returns

March 18, 2013 by Crystal Derry, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Campus

Showcasing Camosun College’s rich diversity, the annual cultural talent show is back for another year. International students come to the college from all over the world with their unique talents, and Peer Connections and Camosun’s International department are presenting the talent show for the fifth year. “We realize that international students at Camosun play a […]

March 6, 2013 comics: Noble Sloth Manifesto, Pablo, Luke Sanity Deprived, Earth Council, Ski Ninjas

March 18, 2013 by Libby Hopkinson, Pedro Banman, Lucas Dahl, Adrian Behennah, Kyle Lees  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Humour


History: 20 years ago in Nexus

March 14, 2013 by Greg Pratt, editor-in-chief  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Views

Bookstore retorts: So, last issue in this column we talked about how way back in our February 22, 1993 issue, letter-writer Anton Prins expressed concern over the bookstore using 182 pieces of paper to promote Valentine’s Day. Well, in our March 8, 1993 issue, Camosun bookstore manager Darla Stipanovich sent in a letter of her […]

Fashion: Do-it-yourself distressed denim shorts

March 13, 2013 by Kate Masters, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Life

Distressed denim has been a trend for several years now and the shredded sensation shows no signs of stopping for this spring and summer. And while it may seem early, why not get a jump on getting ready for shorts weather? Instead of purchasing ripped, holey clothing for unreasonable prices, why not invest a little […]

Noms!: Glen Lake Pub offers good eating in Sooke/Langford

March 12, 2013 by Patrick Hallihan, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Columns

The Glen Lake Pub, situated on Sooke Road at the edge of Langford, got a big facelift back in March. While never a seedy sort of place, it wasn’t particularly well renowned either. Admittedly, I had never gone there before the renovation, but I had heard talk of droll decor and food prepared by people […]

Camosun arts studio hosts WHL Royals’ Ben Walker

March 7, 2013 by Jason Schreurs, managing editor  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Sports

If you see a guy with flaming red hair in the visual arts pottery studio at the Lansdowne campus, you might just have a budding Western Hockey League star in your midst. Victoria Royals right winger Ben Walker has been doing pottery as an independent study through Camosun College since January, but before you go […]

News Briefs: Volleyball winner, student aid, dental patient shortage

March 6, 2013 by Damen Korkoras, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, News

CCSS overcharges for U-Pass An error on the part of the Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) related to the monthly U-Pass was recently discovered by the college. Members of the CCSS accidentally had the college collect $1 per month more than was needed, and the CCSS and college agreed that refunding students the $1 would […]

Open Space: Camosun student tells tale of trouble with math

March 6, 2013 by Jean Oliver, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2013, Views

Last Wednesday I wrote my first math test since I gave up on the subject in 1974. I scored 94 percent, and I’m angry. For 37 years I knew I was “no good at math,” but after only a month, a little gumption, and lots of help from my math teacher, I receive an almost […]

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