Letter to the Editor: Graduation Fears

By: Uzoamaka Okafor Growing up, I had always been excited about being an adult, being free, doing my own thing, no one telling me what to do,  and just living life the way I wanted. As my graduation day approaches, I... Continue Reading →

Ali Hassan’s Muslim Interrupted — Ch’town Comedy Festival 2017 THIS Weekend

By: Lorelei Kenny This weekend Beach Chair Lager is presenting the first annual Charlottetown Comedy Festival in partnership with Hubcap Comedy Festival. Comedians will be performing from February 16th-18th at both PEI Brewing Company and Florence Simmons Performance Hall. One... Continue Reading →

How to be the Most Interesting Writer In the World

Titles are a special form of hell. Coming up with a title that grasps the attention of readers, while also giving them a clear sense of what your paper is about, is incredibly tricky. For students, the audience of your... Continue Reading →

Prof Lovin’

The Cadre reached out to twelve couples within UPEI’s administration, faculty, and staff, and of those twelve couples, five agreed to participate. We are very thankful to these couples for willingly putting themselves under the spotlight. It’s more clear than... Continue Reading →

Considering a Career in Healthcare? Check this out!

By: Emma McDermott On January 28th, the UPEI Pre-Med Society hosted the second annual Health Career Conference. This year they expanded the event from a single evening to a day-long conference filled with panel discussions including a wide variety healthcare... Continue Reading →

Cadre Album Review: I Decided

By: Obinna Esomchukwu Big Sean (a.k.a Sean Don) recently released his fourth studio album -- I Decided. The G.O.O.D Music signee is arguably one of the best rappers in the game today, however,  a few people are not convinced he... Continue Reading →

Council Recap

By: Morin Mawhinney February 5th, 2017’s Student Council Meeting began with a call to order, approval of agenda, and approval of the minutes from the January 22, 2017’s meeting. Each executive council member submitted their report, starting with Student Body... Continue Reading →

Writing Wednesdays with G. Graphite: Concise Writing

Do you often find that your writing needs to lose weight? Just because your fitness resolutions may have failed. Doesn’t mean that your writing resolutions need to. Here are some tips to help you tighten up your writing! Remove the... Continue Reading →

ECOPEI Annual General Meeting 2017

PRESS RELEASE The first draft of the upcoming Provincial Water Act is due out any day now, and the Environmental Coalition of Prince Edward Island is excited for what it could mean for the Island.  A good Water Act could... Continue Reading →

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