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The Big Man and the Holidays

The Best of Mike Judge’s Protracted War on Christmas But, do you recall, the most amazing holiday story of all? Oh, grow up. It’s not that one. I’m talking about King of the Hill’s best holiday episodes. The FOX comedy ran for 259 episodes across thirteen seasons, and despite flagging towards the end of its run, remains my favourite animated show of all time. Keep your South Parks, Archers, and Simpsons’. Daddy’s a man of ...

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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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Glitch art from mexico city at the 5th parallel

What is glitch art? Come see! When Mexico’s Begoña Malo came to the University of Regina to finish her degree, she didn’t exactly plan on curating an exhibit at the U of R’s Fifth Parallel Gallery. But it happened. Malo, with the help of Fifth Parallel director Dillon Lewchuk, proposed and curated ID-10T, which is on display at the gallery in the Riddell Centre. “I’m a dancer, and my boyfriend is a digital artist and ...

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How to de-stress yourself before finals

Practice self care, everyone! Midterms, assignments, and finals are upon us. As is student stress. Now that it’s November, we felt we should help our fellow students with the immense amount of pressure and stress that they may be feeling, whether it’s from school or otherwise. One thing students seem to forget it to always put themselves first. Don’t get me wrong, I understand. It’s tough out there worrying about school, bills, if you have ...

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Netflix binging and the holiday season: Master of None

Because discussions about white washing and male privilege need to happen What better to do on your winter break than sit on your ass and do absolutely nothing? It’s unquestionably the priority for me because, damn it, I worked too hard to finish my arts core. Netflix is bae in this scenario because there’s only an array of shows that you can spend your time binging for four weeks. Yes, by all technicalities, you should ...

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People, places, and Pimpton

Catch up with one of the QCs rap veterans Queen City hip-hop star and University of Regina alum Kyriel “Pimpton” Roberts recently caught up with the Carillon to talk about his early days as a rapper, the secret to his success, and his future in music.   Where does the name come from? Simply enough, why “Pimpton?” I used to do hip-hop dancing when I was a kid and I used to get a lot ...

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Chris Cornell’s higher truth

Ethan reviews Cornell’s newest offering by Ethan Butterfield, contributor Chris Cornell, whether it’s a solo album, performing with numerous bands, or teaming up with Timbaland is one of the main men of music… actually, you can scratch that last one. Regardless of the former statement, Cornell is a juggernaut of a musician who never fails to make an impact. So who is Chris Cornell? I feel like I shouldn’t even be asking this question. I ...

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Spectre is a Giant Sack of Ass

There is a spectre haunting Old Man MacPherson… Was anyone producing this movie? No, I’m seriously asking. No sane producer, for example, would approve the choice to fill the iconic Bond music-video intro with lovemaking and octopi. “That’s going to come off as tentacle-porn, and creep out the viewers,” a sane producer would have said. Yet, as writhing tentacles entwined with Daniel Craig’s naked body to Sam Smith’s “Writing on the Wall,” I found myself ...

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People and places: Cassandra Ozog

… academic, derby player, entrepreneur Cassandra Ozog, a PhD Student and sessional instructor at the University of Regina and First Nation University of Canada, recently caught up with the Carillon to talk about her passion for education.   When you were growing up, what did you want to do for a living?   (Laughs) That’s an interesting question to start with. I wanted to be a marine biologist and a tornado chaser. Those are the ...

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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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