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Sports roundtable

john loeppky – sports editor destiny kaus – production manager harrison brooks – sports writer matt wincherauk – editor-in-chief What was your favourite sports story from this past summer, and why? Kaus: The fact that the Blue Jays dominated this past summer and are still kicking major butt in their season is definitely my fave. I’ve never witnessed this kind of Blue Jays success before in my young life, so I’m pretty stoked about how ...

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Don’t forget the rest

Michael Sam, the short time Montreal Aloutte, is just the latest athlete to feel the wrath of a collective fandom that can’t understand why a man (because, you know, men’s sports are the only ones worth paying any attention to – note the dripping sarcasm) would just leave his team, the one always reffered to as a brotherhood. Look, the Alouettes are not a religious order, they are not part of a video game franchise, they are not encircled in some kind of creepy ritual, they are just a football team. Save the leaving people behind rhetoric exactly that, behind.” – John Loeppky

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Snake River & their Songs From The Adjacent Room

from side-project to touring band in one year Regina band Snake River started as the solo project of Christopher Sleightholm (The Lonesome Weekends). Sleightholm takes the country folk elements of the Lonesome Weekends, and adds psychedelic rock distortion; the sound has a haunting, ethereal quality to it. This is more than just a side project for Sleightholm; Snake River has become his sole focus. The band is currently in the middle of an intense ten-day ...

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Campion renovations continue

Newly accessible campus being the end goal of the project Authors: matt wincherauk — editor-in-chief & john loeppky — sports editor On May 5, 2015 Campion College announced plans for a two-step renovation project aimed at improving the level of accessibility available to students of the institution. As of this writing, construction has begun in earnest, but what effect will this project have on students who choose to take classes from Campion faculty? Director of ...

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