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November 2, 2011

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Jitters looks at anxieties of Canadian actors

November 2, 2011 by Lauren Duggan, contributing writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Arts

Jitters is a play that will appeal to theatergoers and thespians alike. The story, written by David French (Salt-Water Moon, 1949) depicts the neurotic anxiousness of opening night and the desperations of working Canadian actors. “I saw this play when it opened,” says director Patrick McDonald. “Ever since then it slips back into my life […]

Earthy Edibles: A touch of the Mediterranean

November 2, 2011 by Keira Zikmanis, contributing writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Columns

This is the kind of recipe that will stand up to whatever different vegetables you want to throw in it. (Don’t take that as a challenge.) Really, it’s super versatile: you can switch up the greens for spring mix or arugula, and the sunflower seeds for toasted almonds, or whatever other nuts or seeds your […]

New production combines science and art

November 2, 2011 by Wes Lord, contributing writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Arts

Electronic soundscapes, DNA strands as a visual motif, and inexplicably technical dance moves. It’s no wonder Dance Victoria is thrilled to be bringing Entity to town. Elise Wren, associate producer with Dance Victoria, says she’s excited to welcome the production of British dance company Wayne McGregor/Random Dance on November 4-5. “Wayne McGregor is one of […]

Fair celebrates vintage fashion

November 2, 2011 by Wes Lord, contributing writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Life

For the past three years, Vintage Fair Victoria has been uniting one-of-a-kind clothes with one-of-a-kind customers. On November 12, over 30 vendors will roll their wares into the Fairfield United Church for the fifth instalment of the event. “Most people that are in this business have done it because they’re collectors, and their collection got […]

Aboriginal education thrives at Camosun

November 2, 2011 by Jeremy Ambers, contributing writer  
Filed under May 9, 2012, November 2, 2011, Campus

Celebrating its 20th year at Camosun College, Aboriginal Education and Community Connections (formerly First Nations Education) plays a large role in ensuring a successful future for aboriginal students at the college. The resource centre offers support for students who are in aboriginal studies. “When I walk into this office, I feel like I’m walking into […]

Student-run clinic treats sports injuries

November 2, 2011 by Rose Jang, staff writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Campus

Fourth-year students in the Athletic and Exercise Therapy (AET) program have opened a clinic at Interurban campus where Camosun students can be treated for sports-related and other injuries. Camosun students training to be athletic therapists run the clinic, which is open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The clinic is open to all Camosun students, […]

Heading south: a student’s opinion on Canada’s direction

November 2, 2011 by Ali Hackett, staff writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Features

In the last 15 years Canada has seen a widening gap between incomes of the rich and poor, a situation that will most likely become more extreme under the current government. Income inequality is a global epidemic, and is a key reason behind the Occupy protests. At a time when most of the world is […]

Open Space: Occupy movement lacks unity

November 2, 2011 by Dylan Wilks, staff writer  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Views

When Egyptians and Libyans began protesting to topple their corrupt governments, the world had yet to see what the singular focus of hundreds of thousands of people could accomplish. It was something new that the world hadn’t seen before: a nonviolent revolution. The growing Occupy movement currently seeks to use this new power of nonviolent […]

Comics: November 2, 2011 issue

November 2, 2011 by Libby Hopkinson, Ken MacKenzie  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Humour

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Worth the Trip: Su-su-sushi

November 2, 2011 by Tyler Rowe and Jason Saliani, contributing writers  
Filed under November 2, 2011, Columns

Campus Caf Lansdowne campus Sushi Combo $8.95 Presentation and service Jason: Sushi from the cafeteria. This seems safe… I hope. As a rule, I avoid sushi that has been sitting in a cooler for an undisclosed amount of time, but we have a job to do, and it actually looks pretty decent. Plus, you get […]

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