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Open Space: Nicole Arbour needs to learn the difference between satire and stupidity

March 6, 2019 by Jessica Ho, contributing writer  
Filed under March 6, 2019, Views

You might recognize Nicole Arbour’s name from the viral 2015 YouTube video “Dear Fat People,” or one of her countless other filmed rants, such as “Dear Black People,” “Dear Feminists,” “Dear Sluts,” “Dear Refugees,” or myriad other distasteful videos created by the Canadian comic and YouTube star.  Just when we thought that she couldn’t go […]

What’s Going On: March 6 to 19, 2019

March 6, 2019 by Kate Wood, staff writer  
Filed under Arts, March 6, 2019

Until Saturday, March 16A tale of two timesLangham Court Theatre presents That Elusive Spark,writtenby Janet Munsil. It takes the true tale of a man surviving an iron rod through the brain in 1848 and adds in the story of a descendant of the man’s doctor. A comedy of two stories in different centuries woven together, […]

New Music Revue: Golden Daze deliver powerful second album

March 6, 2019 by Zachary Greenwood, contributing writer  
Filed under Arts, March 6, 2019

Golden DazeSimpatico(Autumn Tone Records)4.5/5 LA-based indie rock duo Golden Daze’s second album, Simpatico, delivers powerful imagery through minimal means. The band’s two members, Jacob Loeb and Ben Schwab, tell a story through the album’s dreamy, lo-fi folk songs. A sense of nostalgia and longing for what were once simple and familiar days is evoked. There […]

Event focuses on short films by and for women

March 6, 2019 by Katrina Brooke, contributing writer  
Filed under Arts, March 6, 2019

Just in time to honour International Women’s Day, LUNAFEST is an evening of short films by, about, and for women. Featuring films by both emerging and award-winning directors, the 2019 lineup focuses on intersectionality, highlighting important stories about women that may not otherwise receive attention. “We try to find topics that speak to the social […]

New Music Revue: Radiant Baby’s debut delivers fun nostalgia

March 6, 2019 by Ricardo Ramos, contributing writer  
Filed under Arts, March 6, 2019

Radiant BabyRestless(Lisbon Lux Records)3.5/5 Restless is the first full-length by Felix Mongeon, an electro-pop artist from Montreal who goes by the stage name Radiant Baby. The artist maintains a flow throughout the album in most of his songs, creating something unique and easily recognizable. Restless is a mix of relaxing vibes and pulsating beats, which […]

Leading the charge on gameday and in the classroom: The players and coaches of the Camosun Chargers look back at 25 years of college athletics

March 6, 2019 by Fred Cameron, features writer  
Filed under March 6, 2019, Features

Recently, the men and women of the Camosun Chargers volleyball and basketball teams experienced the sort of pressure only rivalled by the most daunting of all midterms as they stepped onto a gymnasium floor and got ready to play in provincial championship games.  And none of the teams even had home court advantage. It’s all […]

News Briefs: March 6, 2019 issue

March 6, 2019 by Adam Marsh, student editor  
Filed under March 6, 2019, News

Chargers players, coach get PACWEST nods Camosun Chargers players and one coach recently got recognition from the Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST). Women’s volleyball coach Brent Hall has been named PACWEST’s women’s coach of the year, and Chargers women’s volleyball player Mika Yamada won the women’s rookie of the year award. Vitor Pereira and Eduardo […]

Camosun Charger Doug Waterman graduating from court to stage

March 6, 2019 by Kate Wood, staff writer  
Filed under March 6, 2019, Campus

The city of Victoria has yet to see the best of local hip-hop artist Doug Waterman. Waterman is about to graduate from Camosun College; once he is freed of his responsibilities to his education, and of his duties as team captain on the Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball team, Waterman will be able to invest more […]

C’est la Vie: March 6, 2019 issue

March 6, 2019 by Sebastien Brotherton, contributing writer  
Filed under Humour, March 6, 2019

Crashing Into Things find creativity in the face of adversity

March 6, 2019 by Adam Marsh, student editor  
Filed under Arts, March 6, 2019

For Crashing Into Things bassist/vocalist Mike Isacson, the most fruitful creative times are often the darkest. In 2011, his wife left him and he was at a dead end, and he went to a show at what’s now Capital Ballroom. After the set, someone hollered his name. It was fellow-band-member-to-be Adrian Southward. One thing led […]

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