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Eye on the National Student Movement: October 18, 2017 issue

October 18, 2017 by Adam Marsh, student editor   
Filed under October 18, 2017, News

The British Columbia Federation of Students (BCFS) is still holding $202,305.11 of Camosun students’ money, which was collected by the Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) as Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) fees but given to the BCFS. The BCFS says that it is holding the money because the CFS owes the BCFS an estimated $1 […]

News Briefs: October 18, 2017 issue

October 18, 2017 by Adam Marsh, student editor  
Filed under October 18, 2017, News

Student society to hold elections Voting for the Camosun College Student Society (CCSS) spring 2017 elections will take place between 9 am on Monday, October 23 and 11:59 pm on Wednesday, October 25. The CCSS will be bringing on a new external executive, First Nations director, Lansdowne director, Interurban director, and off-campus director. Camosun College’s […]

Ghosts, secret tunnels, time warps: Nexus investigates local legends so you don’t have to

October 18, 2017 by Felicia Santarossa, features writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Features

Satanic rituals. Secret tunnels. Bells that summon ghosts at midnight. As far as local legends go, Victoria’s got tons of them. But are they real? We figured the only way to find out was to try them ourselves and report our findings back to you. This feature was a group effort because none of us […]

Festival of lights welcomes cultural diversity at Camosun

October 18, 2017 by Adam Marsh, student editor   
Filed under October 18, 2017, Campus

Diwali—the festival of lights—is one of the biggest events of the year in India, and it’s coming to Camosun College. On Thursday, October 19 from 4 pm to 10 pm at Na’tsa’maht on the Lansdowne campus, there will be both Indian and western music (including a DJ) as part of the Diwali festivities at Camosun. […]

What’s Going On: October 18 to 31, 2017

October 18, 2017 by Adam Boyle, staff writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Arts

Until Saturday, October 28 Rising to the forefront Antimatter Festival is a week-long showcase of many forms of artistic talent. The festival will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, with numerous events held across Victoria. For an event schedule and more information, check out antimatter.ca. Until Saturday, October 28 Not the red death! RED […]

New Music Revue: A Fellow Ship showcase wonderful instrumentation on new EP

October 18, 2017 by Leslie Do, contributing writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Arts

A Fellow Ship The Black Sheep (Riverbed Records) 3/5 A Fellow Ship, a Toronto band consisting of seven close friends with a love for folk music, recently released The Black Sheep. Every song on the five-song EP is a great blend of funk and pop with a jazz twist. Smooth and fresh melodies and well-written lyrics […]

Daniel Griffin’s Two Roads Home shows that in life there isn’t always an antagonist

October 18, 2017 by Renata Silva, contributing writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Arts

Daniel Griffin’s Two Roads Home brings the reader back to 1933, during peaceful pro-environment protests in British Columbia. The fictional story raises a question: what if the protests were not so peaceful? The book follows the trajectory of four people who seek to do justice with their own hands. Armed with courage, a clear goal, […]

Victoria Symphony brings frights to stage with film-score performance

October 18, 2017 by Cindy Peckham, contributing writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Arts

Orchestra music doesn’t normally go bump in the night, but that’s about to change. Sean O’Loughlin is conducting the Victoria Symphony this month in Hollywood Thrillers, during which the symphony will perform songs from scary movies such as, among others, Hitchcock films, classics Jaws and Psycho, and the ’90s smash Jurassic Park. “This kind of […]

Penguin & Peacock: October 18, 2017 issue

October 18, 2017 by Jayden Grieve, contributing writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Humour

The Bi-weekly Gamer: Streamers, money, and the future of watching games

October 18, 2017 by Adam Boyle, staff writer  
Filed under October 18, 2017, Columns

Not everyone is cut out for the big stage. Enter live streaming, one of the few ways that pros and high profile players get to consistently interact with fans; it’s also one of the few ways people can choose their own content. Streaming has become one of the leading forms of entertainment, and many esports […]

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