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Go forth and catch them all

Credit: Forbes

"Chances are you’ve seen someone with their neck craned downwards at a ninety-degree angle walking in the middle of the road, with no regard for their own safety. That’s Pokémon GO." - Cole Nicolson

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SNEAK PEEK: Deeper than insults

Credit: Ian Lee via Flickr

SUMMER ISSUE SNEAK PEEK: "When one is given this privilege and opportunity to be a voice of the masses, there needs to be held a certain moral standard involving not only tolerance of various opinions, but also a certain level of moral integrity." - Jae Won Hur

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Colonialism No More Standing Strong

These summer days may be getting hotter, but the protesters are standing their ground
by brett nielsen

After initially arising from the suicide crisis at Attawapiskat First Nation, this movement with a camp in Winnipeg and other actions in various cities across Canada has broadened its scope to all issues facing Canadians, which disproportionately affect Indigenous populations

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Sask. Science Center Releases Bats

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URSU Update

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