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November 18, 2015

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New Music Revue: Camosun alumnus Claire Coupland off to a great start

November 18, 2015 by Adam Boyle, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Arts

Claire Coupland For You (Independent) 4/5 Camosun (and Nexus) alumnus Claire Coupland brings slow and deep folky chords to all three tracks here on her debut EP. Coupland has come a long way since her time at the college, getting positive feedback from noted music industry insiders like Bob Ezrin, and for good reason: these […]

Cold Reading Series comes to Victoria to help writers with their craft

November 18, 2015 by Rebecca Davies, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Arts

Cold Reading Series (CRS) has been a successful live script-reading event for writers for 10 years in Vancouver. During the events, writers can receive feedback and network with actors and filmmakers. After attending the series, Victoria’s Andrea Smith-Peak wanted to bring the unique event to Victoria, so she did: a local chapter will begin on […]

TEDxVictoria returns to talk about impact

November 18, 2015 by Jake Wyatt, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Arts

Impact. That’s the theme of this year’s TEDxVictoria event. Featuring an array of speakers from all walks of life, TEDxVictoria is the largest TED event on Vancouver Island, and this year’s conference is shaping up to be the biggest, and most impactful, TEDxVictoria yet. Camosun (and Nexus) alumnus Dylan Wilks is the creative and licensing […]

The system has changed: What the federal election results mean for students

November 18, 2015 by Adam Marsh, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Features

The citizens of Canada have spoken in the loudest voice that the current political system allows them to: their words are “get him out.” And after the recent federal election, Stephen Harper is indeed out. A slogan that Camosun College students may have heard is “ABC,” which stands for “anything but Conservative.” Such a phrase […]

Know Your Profs: Camosun’s Alison Parker crunches the numbers

November 18, 2015 by Jayden Grieve, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Campus

For this Know Your Profs we talked to Camosun’ Alison Parker about respect, typos, and counting beans… or not. 1: What do you teach and how long have you been at Camosun? I teach Intermediate Financial Accounting (second year) and Accounting Theory (fourth year). I have taught introductory and accounting technology courses in the past. […]

Camosun’s science club helps people ask critical questions

November 18, 2015 by Scott Johnston, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Campus

There’s nothing quite like having a few drinks and talking about all the puzzling questions of the universe. That’s exactly the kind of thing the Camosun Science Club gets up to. The club has been active for a year and has over 100 members. It’s run by first-year Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology student Zachary Snow […]

Camosun College vigilant on safety after UVic sexual assault

November 18, 2015 by Wendy Snedden, contributing writer  
Filed under November 18, 2015, Campus, News

On September 26, a female student was sexually assaulted on the University of Victoria campus. In light of this, Camosun College has undertaken a review to uncover any and all reports of sexual assault either on campus or at college-sanctioned events. “According to our campus security office records, Camosun College received no sexual assault reports […]

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