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May 15, 2019

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C’est la Vie: May 15, 2019 issue

May 15, 2019 by Sebastien Brotherton, contributing writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Humour

Bateman Centre exhibit looks at the beauty of birds

May 15, 2019 by Christine Clark, features writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Arts

There’s such a push for housing on the south island that developers are buying up and tearing down any unprotected piece of forest they can find. It’s a great boon for local economies, of course; people in construction jobs keep on working and the influx of new residents helps to increase our tax base. But […]

First Things First: Picture-perfect notes

May 15, 2019 by Tiegan Suddaby, contributing writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Columns

Have you ever heard of the studyblr or studygram community? It’s a wretched, cursed place that I willingly visit, and you might too. There’s something so clean and perfect about it that makes me so conflicted I decided to write a column—no, a warning—on what it is and why I love it. Simply, it is […]

Communication Error: Parrot juice

May 15, 2019 by Nate Downe, contributing writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Columns

I thought that I saw a parrot; a flock of parrots flying freely here and there—parrots everywhere. Although I am not entirely sure if they were parrots or not. As I stared intensely out of my window I witnessed a colourful figure ascending from one corner of my eye to the other; in a blink […]

Crunch time: What are we really examining with final exams?

May 15, 2019 by Emily Welch, features writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Features

I’ve been a student at Camosun for three years; the biggest hurdle I’ve experienced has been getting through final exams. The feeling is always the same: anxiety squirming in the pit of my stomach as I try to figure out how I can prove myself on a few small sheets of paper. My own recall […]

Directing The Master Builder a dream come true for Blue Bridge’s Brian Richmond

May 15, 2019 by Katy Weicker, staff writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Arts

When Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre was putting together their 2019 season with the theme of “travel the world with us,” bringing plays from across the globe to Victoria’s own Roxy Theatre, artistic director Brian Richmond knew he had to include David Hare’s adaptation of Henrik Isben’s The Master Builder. “I’m just a huge fan of […]

Roller derby offers fun, sport, outlet for local player

May 15, 2019 by Emily Welch, features writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Sports

Whenever a person hears the words “roller derby,” there’s a very specific image that comes to mind. It’s an image of angry women—women you don’t want to offend—pushing and clawing their way around a rink. There’s an aura of mystery around it too, and everyone who hears those words is instantly curious. That’s why when […]

What’s Going On: May 15 to June 11, 2019

May 15, 2019 by Kate Wood, staff writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Arts

Until Sunday, October 27Debris in the seaThe Maritime Museum of BC has a new exhibit, The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, examining, you guessed it, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Covering twice the surface area of Texas, and made up of up to an estimated 3.6 trillion pieces of garbage, the patch is only one of […]

Kayfabulous: May 15, 2019 issue

May 15, 2019 by Nate Downe, contributing writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Humour

New Music Revue: Joey Landreth comes up short on Hindsight

May 15, 2019 by Fred Cameron, contributing writer  
Filed under May 15, 2019, Arts

Joey LandrethHindsight(Cadence Recordings)2.5/5 Winnipeg blues rock guitarist Joey Landreth has returned with his second solo album, Hindsight, and he’s definitely taking a change of direction from his Juno-winning work with The Bros. Landreth. The album features guitar-driven power-trio sounds that blur the lines between modern blues rock and Landreth’s folk/blues roots. Hindsight is strong through […]

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