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Jenna Mann started contributing to the Sheaf last year, writing a variety of articles for the arts section. She wrote recipe reviews, travel articles, documentary, television reviews and art show reviews. This wide scope of her articles prompted the Sheaf to change the name of the arts section to the culture section, landing Jenna the culture editor position. Jenna, who began university in 2007, is pursuing an English degree and a minor in studio art.

Baby, it’s cold outside — let’s play dress up!

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The last few warm days of fall are passing quickly, and long-past are days of shorts, sandals and slinky sundresses. It’s time to layer up. Despite urges to bury ourselves in baggy sweats and oversized toques, or to wear fleece pajamas to class, there are actually ways to stay classy and warm through the winter.

Trouble with the Curve walks the bases

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Clint Eastwood’s most recent film, Trouble with the Curve, is a feel-good drama without much more to offer its audience. While watchable and heavily focused on character development with a decently-paced plot, the film, unfortunately, only left this reviewer feeling a little nostalgic for last year’s Moneyball.

Skip the Dishes launches in Saskatoon

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There’s a new way to eat in Saskatoon. A group of 12 University of Saskatchewan alumni have come together and created a website that allows hungry students an easier way to order food.

Grilled cheese: great food, or the greatest food ever?

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A classic grilled cheese sandwich is a student favourite because of how easily and quickly it can be put together but the best thing about a good grilled cheese is its versatility. Here are a few tips to take your sandwich above and beyond a slice of Kraft Cheese and two pieces of Wonder Bread.

Burning Man: I felt reborn in the Black Rock Desert

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I didn’t get to see the man or the temple burn. I didn’t get to say a proper goodbye to a lot of the friends I met in the Black Rock Desert who, for four days, turned my life upside down. I had to leave early. A few days prior, as I walked on the sand in Northern Nevada looking to set up camp at my first-ever Burning Man festival, I was filled with trepidation. Here's my story.

Canadian country music week kicks off in Saskatoon

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Everything’s bigger in Saskatoon — at least for a few days. The city is hosting the Canadian Country Music Association Awards Sept. 9 at the Credit Union Centre and will see artists and fans from around the country ride into the city for the weekend.

Broadway area set for one-day street fair

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On Sept. 8, Broadway Ave. will host its 29th annual street fair. During this one-day event, merchants on Broadway will sell their eclectic goods at bargain prices. The event kicks off with a pancake breakfast starting at 8 a.m.. The meal will be served at the Grace Westminster United Church. Pancakes will be served until 11 a.m. and a variety of food vendors will be set up on the street after the breakfast.

Wonder explores the moral complications of artificial intelligence

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In his latest novel, Wonder, Canadian author Robert J. Sawyer explores the possible ramifications of the awakening of artificial intelligence. Wonder, the third installment in Sawyer’s WWW trilogy, asks what exactly is a human, and moreover, a life. Sawyer moves away from the typical preconceptions that A.I. will be a threat instead of an asset to humanity and explores prejudices against A.I. that movies like Terminator have taught us.

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