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Destiny Kaus

Former carillon production manager/arts editor/arts writer.

The worst places to eat on campus

The gross reality of campus eating Who likes to eat on campus at the University of Regina? Not me! Why? Because most of the food offered is rank and unhealthy. With that said, I give you the worst places to eat on campus. Enjoy! BYOB: If you enjoy building your own fattening, greasy burger with salty fries on the side, then this is the place for you. I, on the other hand, think this place ...

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Concussion

A hard-hitting, heart-wrenching, and heavy film Do not watch this film unless you’re 100% sure you want to. Based on a true story, Concussion focuses on pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu (played by Will Smith) who, while living and working in Pittsburgh, discovers Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE): a degenerative brain disease brought on by repeated head trauma, such as concussions. This film follows the constant battle between Dr. Omalu and the NFL. While Dr. Omalu sees ...

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The Night Before: This movie is actually good

Finally, a non-shitty comedy hits the big screen On Saturday, Nov. 28, I made the trek to Galaxy Cinemas with some friends to watch The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. It was sold out. So, after lying in the fetal position in the middle of the ticket lineup for a few minutes crying in utter disappointment, I collected myself. In the end, my friends and I decided to go see The Night Before. Not going ...

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Nursing degrees = pointless

Just kidding! Nursing students have endless job options and amazing hearts Students who receive, for example, English, theatre, or philosophy degrees may have a tough time finding a satisfying profession after graduating with a Bachelor’s degree. Sad. But, students who receive nursing degrees have options upon options for satisfying careers. They don’t even need to take extra schooling after their Bachelor’s if they don’t want to. They can just go straight into being a kick-butt ...

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