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Roommates: the good, the bad and the bizarre

If you’re anything like the average university student — broke, in school full-time and vaguely capable of social interaction — you’ve probably had roommates and some of them likely haven’t been the greatest.
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Progress still needed for Bond franchise

As the central character of a movie franchise that has been around for 53 years, it’s only natural that James Bond’s persona and appearance have evolved along with society.
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WinterShines makes cold months sparkle in Saskatoon

The PotashCorp WinterShines festival offers activities that are sure to beat those winter blues. Taking place along the scenic South Saskatchewan river, WinterShines hopes to turn the chill of the Saskatoon winter into a warm and inviting event for people of all ages.
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We The Artists: a night of art and theatre

At a time where it seems that the fine arts are being battered with financial cuts on all sides, We The Artists brings student and community artists together to showcase them through diverse pieces, music and plays.
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Nosh yourself to health

Nosh, located at 820 Broadway Avenue, prides itself on offering locally sourced meats and nutritional, non-processed meals that their customers can feel good about.
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An ode to the fading glory of the album

With Taylor Swift’s 1989 being this year’s only new release projected to sell a million copies, the death of the platinum album may very well be on the way.