Daily Archives: October 21, 2019

Pluralism, bitches: Satan separates church and state in Critics’ Choice-nominated documentary

By Kristy Koehler, October 21 2019⁠— What can Satan teach us about free expression? As it turns out, quite a bit. The documentary film Hail Satan? follows The Satanic Temple and its founding members on their quest to ensure religious plurality in the United States and to troll religious extremists at the same time by…

Joshua Lee wins medicine representative in byelection

By Gayathri Peringod, October 21 2019 — On Friday evening, the Red Room of The Den was humming with anticipation in the moments before Joshua Lee was announced as the Faculty of Medicine representative, the only elected role in this year’s byelection. Lee came first in the byelection with 40 per cent of the vote (106…

Photovoice Exhibit: Life on $1,400/month

By Mitali Pradhan, October 20 2019⁠— On Monday, Oct. 7, the Faculty of Social Work hosted a photovoice research presentation at the National Music Center. A total of 11 portraits were showcased, one for each senior immigrant. Through the portraits, four main themes were identified: Financial Realities of Older Immigrants, Understanding Financial Literacy, Building Community,…

SU closes La Taqueria

By Gayathri Peringod, October 20 2019— La Taqueria has permanently shut its doors. The popular Students’ Union-run establishment located in the back corner of MacEwan Hall that served Latin-American cuisine has officially closed with no plans of re-opening, the vice-president operations and finance of the Students’ Union announced in a September SLC meeting. The SU attributed…

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