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Calgary’s hidden spoken word community

By Miranda Krogstad, November 6 2014 —

People usually don’t get excited about spoken word poetry. The topic conjures images of darkly-clad artists with cigarettes and berets snapping to pretentious poetry.

But spoken word has evolved into a modern scene … Read the rest

U of C neuroscience student wins research award

By Babur Ilchi, November 6 2014 —

Third-year neuroscience student Yasamin Mahjoub was awarded for her research on iron neurotoxicity in brain cells at the Markin Research Symposium in Health and Wellness.

Mahjoub won the oral presentation award in early-October, … Read the rest


New Music: Taylor Swift

By Katy Atherholt, November 6 2014 —

Seven-time Grammy award winning singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has proved once again why she is one of the reigning queens of pop. Her fifth album, 1989, reportedly sold 600,000 copies 24 hours after its … Read the rest


U of C drops in Maclean’s rankings

By Hayden McBennett, November 6 2014 —

Maclean’s 2015 Canadian university rankings placed the University of Calgary twelfth among medical-doctoral universities, three positions down from last year’s ranking.

Two years ago, the U of C ranked eighth. McGill, University of … Read the rest


New Music: Run The Jewels

By Jason Herring, November 6 2014 —

“You can run the jewels or lose your fingers,” spits Killer Mike on the heavy track “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry,” a line that serves as a mission statement for the second collaboration … Read the rest


Old planetarium to become art gallery

By Jason Herring, November 6 2014 —

Local art organization Contemporary Calgary is working on creating a new public art gallery in the Calgary Centennial Planetarium.

The planetarium, in the west end of downtown, has been vacant since the Telus … Read the rest

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