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September 5, 2012

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Comics: September 5, 2012 issue

September 17, 2012 by Lucas Dahl, Pedro Banman  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Humour

 

Open Space: Down with taxpayer-funded vanity

September 17, 2012 by Lucas Milroy, staff writer  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Views

If a cyclist gets into an accident and cracks their head open because they decided to not wear a helmet, we all pay, and it’s time people realized that. Some people are strongly opposed to wearing a bicycle helmet. They attribute many reasons to their displeasure with noggin fortification, citing such ridiculous claims as longing […]

Rifflandia brings international talent, benefits local artists

September 14, 2012 by Nick Joy, contributing writer  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

The biggest problems that the organizers of Victoria’s Rifflandia fest have faced while doing the annual music to-do have been good ones, as far as problems go. Past Rifflandias brought complaints and dissatisfied festival-goers when venues reached capacity and long lines caused people to miss concerts, but that was smoothed out with the introduction of […]

Celeste and Jesse Forever fails

September 12, 2012 by Megan Gibson, contributing writer  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

In any film, there’s always something easy to pick at, even if the movie was great. Finger-pointing is simple because it’s obvious what went wrong, whether it’s to do with an actor, a director, or the set. Eight fingers and two thumbs aren’t enough to point out all the wrongs in Celeste and Jesse Forever. […]

New Chargers coach refuses to go lower than bronze

September 11, 2012 by Lucas Milroy, staff writer  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Campus, Magazine Issue

After putting in two years as assistant coach of the men’s Chargers basketball team, Scot Cuachon is starting to move up. Newly appointed as the interim head coach after previous head coach Craig Price shipped out to Alberta, Cuachon has high expectations for the boys in the upcoming year. “To be completely honest, if we […]

From burgundy and python print, fall fashion has it all

September 10, 2012 by Kate Masters, contributing writer  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Life, Magazine Issue

Put away your fake Uggs, yoga pants and latest American Eagle/Hollister/Billabong/Roxy sweater and embrace some fall fashion trends. Summer was all about flirty high-low skirts, ripped jeans, sheer tops, and pastel colours, but now autumn has arrived, with a darker colour palette and edgier details; colours always darken in the fall to reflect the changing […]

BC Transit reinstates 7,000 service hours

September 7, 2012 by Lucas Milroy, staff writer  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Magazine Issue, News

BC Transit recently announced they have reinstated 7,000 hours of service to their routes, 5,000 of which are going back into conventional bus lines (the other 2,000 hours are going to handyDART lines). Students are affected by busses passing them by on a regular basis, and that’s the main problem that BC Transit is trying […]

In Search of Lost Time: Manufactured identity

September 5, 2012 by Daphne Shaed, Camosun College Pride  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Columns, Magazine Issue

As a MTF transsexual, sex was always a strange act for me. I always felt closer and more enduring emotion from cuddling, kissing, caressing. During sex, I would imagine being the woman that I am, which made things difficult. Sex was a strange and foreign act that was not as satisfactory as the media would […]

New Music Revue: Two to get started

September 5, 2012 by  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Arts, Magazine Issue

  Great Bloomers Distant Fires (Dine Alone Records) 4/5 For an album full of songs about love, Great Bloomers sure do cover a variety of depressing subjects on sophomore album Distant Fires. In fact, these five Toronto-based, pop-influenced, folk rockers seem to have a lot on their minds as they explore the darker sides of […]

A message from the Camosun College student society: September 5, 2012 issue

September 5, 2012 by Madeline Keller-MacLeod, CCSS external executive  
Filed under September 5, 2012, Columns, Magazine Issue

It can be hard to make new friends during the excitement and anxieties that come with the start of a new semester. While the student society offers many opportunities for meeting other students on campus, such as volunteering on committees and participating in clubs, this fall we’ll also be hosting a series of free pub […]

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