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October 3, 2012

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Staging the lost art of letter writing

October 11, 2012 by Andrea McLean, contributing writer  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

What better coincidence than for the beloved local Langham Court Theatre to be starting off its 84th season with a production of 84 Charing Cross Road. Based on a best-selling and cult classic novel, it’s the true story of the 20-year correspondence spanning the 1940s to 1960s between New York City author Helene Hanff and […]

The art of consigning clothes

October 9, 2012 by Kate Masters, contributing writer  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Life, Magazine Issue

That recent shopping spree in Vancouver wasn’t good for your wallet, and it also wasn’t good for your closet space. Trying to cram 10 new articles of clothing into an already packed closet generally leads to disarray. Maybe they will fit in the dresser? Fat chance: the drawers are overflowing and won’t even close. The […]

Concert review: Fogerty never fails

October 8, 2012 by Jean Oliver, contributing writer  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

The recent John Fogerty concert at Save-on-Foods Memorial Arena brought out a mass of regular guys. Many in ball caps, their AC/DC t-shirts stretched across big, comfy-looking chests. Across the aisle to my right, 20 rows of wage-earning soldiers lounged for two solid hours with crossed arms, synchronized jumping knees, and broad, happy grins. The […]

Government grant solidifies Interurban building plans

October 5, 2012 by Lucas Milroy, staff writer  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Magazine Issue, News

With the September 20 announcement of a $29.2-million grant from the provincial government, Camosun College is all set to go with its latest plan: the building of new trades and technology buildings. The new buildings will be located near the Interurban main campus, across the street where the Tillicum Lodge is currently situated, which puts […]

Comics: October 3, 2012 issue

October 3, 2012 by Libby Hopkinson, Lucas Dahl, Pedro Banman  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Humour

Noble Sloth Manifesto by Libby Hopkinson  

A Message from the Camosun College Student Society: October 3, 2012 issue

October 3, 2012 by Madeline Keller-MacLeod, ccss  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Columns, Magazine Issue

Every day, full buses are passing up students heading to and from school. Last fall, around 20,000 bus pass-ups were reported by BC Transit drivers, a number that’s likely lower than the actual total. These pass-ups mean students are late toŃor missingŃtheir classes. The Camosun College Student Society is working with the UVic Students’ Society […]

In Search of Lost Time: Embrace diversity

October 3, 2012 by Daphne Shaed, camosun college pride centre  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Columns, Magazine Issue

Being ostracized by friends, family, and community is damaging to the confidence and social viability of an individual. Many identities within LGBTQQ are, in our society, completely invisible, such as inter-sexed persons, non-binary genders, and more. Some identities are prevalent and yet invisible, such as bisexuality and polyamory. For some people, such as myself, being […]

New Music Revue: October 3, 2012 issue

October 3, 2012 by  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

Animal Collective Centipede Hz (Domino Records) 4.5/5  Nickolas Joy, contributing writer Centipede Hz, like every other Animal Collective album, is completely different from every other Animal Collective album. The experimental rock band’s ninth album comes three years after their biggest success, Merriweather Post Pavilion. Centipede Hz is filled with the pop elements that won Merriweather […]

Ladyhawk return with No Can Do

October 3, 2012 by Nick Joy, contributing writer  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

Vancouver’s dirty alternative rock and roll band Ladyhawk have announced the release of their third studio album, No Can Do, and now they are touring for the first time in years. “Almost everything is different since our last album. It’s been about four years since we toured or focused on the band at all,” says […]

Rise Against bring social awareness to arena rock

October 3, 2012 by Lucas Milroy, staff writer  
Filed under October 3, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

Rise Against isn’t a band to shy away from putting a message in their music. However, the band’s longtime drummer, Brandon Barnes, recognizes that a strong meaning isn’t always necessary for quality tunes. “There are plenty of songs that are amazing songs and they’re just about nothing,” he says. “If people want to have a […]

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