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October 5, 2011

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Comics: October 5, 2011 issue

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Filed under October 5, 2011, Humour

New Music Revue: October 5, 2011 issue

October 11, 2011 by  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Arts

65daysofstatic We Were Exploding Anyway (Hassle) 4/5 Do not drive while listening to this electronic post-rock Brit band: you will speed and/or attempt to pull off dangerous driving maneuvers. 65daysofstatic’s album starts off slow and simple but quickly builds to a mastered delivery of their chaotic yet smoothly orchestrated sound. The album highlight is “Come […]

PostSecret finds the positive side of having secrets

October 11, 2011 by Chesley Ryder, contributing writer  
Filed under May 9, 2012, October 5, 2011, Arts

It started out as a community art project in Washington, DC, seven years ago. Four New York Times bestselling books, a successful blog site, and half a million anonymous secrets later, PostSecret is now putting the power of secret-sharing and moderating into the hands of the user with the new PostSecret app. But despite all […]

What’s Up With Her?: Something stewing

October 9, 2011 by Chantal Kyffin, Camosun College Women's Centre  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Columns

As I entered one of my first classes this semester I was a little shocked by my female professor’s response to the lack of women in the information and technology and trades fields. Not only did she comment on the lack of women in trades and IT programs, she also assumed that the reason for […]

Green Your World: It’s time to ride

October 9, 2011 by Luke Kozlowski, Camosun Students for Environmental Awareness  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Columns

Don’t you hate it when you’re waiting at a bus stop and a crowded bus passes you by? The only thing more frustrating is when the very next bus also leaves you in the dust. Kind of makes you want to drive your car more often, right? Except that traffic sucks, parking is expensive, and […]

In Search of Lost Time: There are many genders

October 8, 2011 by Spencer Diamond, Camosun College Pride Centre  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Columns

Most people never think about gender. We register the gender of the people around us by their clothes and general appearance, never really thinking about it any more than that. But occasionally we meet people who live in a world where such simple gender dichotomies don’t describe who they are. These are the people who […]

Worth the Trip: Stir it up

October 8, 2011 by Jason Saliani and Tyler Rowe, contributing writers  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Columns

Campus Caf Lansdowne campus Chicken teriyaki stir-fry $6.82 Presentation and service Jason: The staff here is excellent, but not being able to order lunch before 11 am is ridiculous. Who has the right to deny you stir-fry for breakfast? Nobody. And stir-fry in the morning is delicious. Tyler: Yeah, I get why there are hard […]

Sin City goes back to the ’30s for second season

October 7, 2011 by Devin Doyle, contributing writer  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Arts

Anyone who saw the live improvised comedy show Sin City last season and is expecting the same visual experience this time around is going to be surprised, to say the least. The show, now in its second season, is tackling a whole new era with this season, according to director/producer Ian Ferguson. They were living […]

Drifting good outlet for drivers

October 7, 2011 by Wes Lord, contributing writer  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Sports

Dan Cormier is emphatic that Capital City Drift is more than a racing series. It’s a community. A pair of strangers approached the former Camosun student in a Tim Horton’s parking lot a couple years ago after noticing his customized Nissan 200sx with swapped-in Skyline engine. They invited him to a drift event the next […]

Camosun a Hart starter

October 7, 2011 by Jai Rakic, contributing writer  
Filed under October 5, 2011, Campus

Dwayne Hart, vice-president of finance and administration at Northern Lights College (NLC), credits Camosun College for re-launching his highly successful academic career. Hart’s studies as a mature student at Camosun reignited his passion for education. He now travels the world promoting the new Centre for Clean Energy Technology, which is  situated over at NLC’s Dawson […]

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