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Den renovations coming this summer

By Chris Adams, March 19 2015 —

Denizens of the University of Calgary’s most popular watering hole can expect it to look a little fresher next fall.

The Students’ Union will renovate the Den over the summer, bringing in new … Read the rest


Event explores the cultural context of krautrock

By Jason Herring, March 19 2015 —

The University of Calgary’s department of linguistics, languages and culture (LLC) will explore the cultural significance of krautrock, a music genre that emerged in West Germany in the late 1960s.

Called Kraut, Machines … Read the rest


The mad money of March Madness

By Ashton Chugh, March 19 2015 —

Every year following the Ides of March, doctors in America see a 50 per cent spike in vasectomies.

The rise in this medical procedure, which requires extensive bed-rest, coincides with the first four … Read the rest


Dream big with Den renovations

The Students’ Union recently announced plans to renovate the Den for the first time in 13 years. While it’s tempting to pinch pennies, it’s important that the SU doesn’t skimp on quality. 

Before the topic goes before our elected officials, … Read the rest


Politics decided by Super Smash Brothers

By Melanie Woods, March 19 2015 —

In light of the recent criticism of Alberta Premier Jim Prentice, an investigation has been launched into his leadership.

A team of researchers, led by political analyst Garth King, discovered that Prentice didn’t … Read the rest


The best gluten-free banana bread ever

By Liv Ingram, March 19 2015 —

With so many people adopting a gluten-free diet, it can be difficult to make treats all your friends can enjoy. Even more difficult is convincing your friends that gluten-free baking can taste better … Read the rest


New Music: Purity Ring

By Liam Harrison, March 19 2015

With their first album, Shrines,  Edmonton duo Purity Ring successfully straddled underground indietronica and slow beat-centric trap in an accessible way, earning them fans from both camps.

Another Eternity finds Megan James and Corin … Read the rest


New Music: Gabrielle Papillon

By Connor Sadler, March 19 2015 —

Canadian folk singer Gabrielle Papillon’s latest album, The Tempest of Old, is defined by its haunting melodies, created by the balance of Papillon’s minimalist vocals and compelling instrumentals. The songs are beautifully layered … Read the rest


New Music: Matana Roberts

By Jason Herring, March 19 2015 —

The ambitious and wildly experimental Matana Roberts defies classification. Throughout her new album, Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee, she dabbles in jazz saxophone, field recordings and spoken word.

The album is … Read the rest

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