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What’s a YouTube? 5 Podcasts to Listen to this Reading Week

By: Allison O'Brien Why have podcasts grown exponentially in popularity over the past three years? Is it because we’re tired of reading articles on screens?  Or are we attracted to them because they can be downloaded and listened to while... Continue Reading →

Chamber invites applications for the 2018 Air Canada Student Entrepreneurship Award

CHARLOTTETOWN — The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce has launched their second annual student entrepreneurship Award as part of an effort to celebrate and support entrepreneurship in the province.  This $2,000 award is sponsored by Air Canada and will be presented to a post-secondary student who both resides on the Island during the academic year and operates a... Continue Reading →

Dalton Hall Renewed

By: Adi Vella Dalton Hall is the second oldest building on the UPEI campus. Its origins date back to 1917 when it was built to serve as a residence. The building was constructed with the financial support of Sir Charles... Continue Reading →

Uncertainty Looms Over Future of Mental Health Initiatives Fund

By: Dan Timen and Nathan Hood The Mental Health Initiatives Fund, launched by the Student Union to support mental health initiatives at UPEI, has sparked debate within the SU as some student leaders attempt to determine its future - while... Continue Reading →

Why Rich Brian’s Amen Is Worth Your Time

By: Iain Burhoe Looking at Brian Imanuel, you wouldn’t assume that he is a world-renowned rapper. The Indonesian-born artist only began releasing music about two years ago, with his first popular song being “Dat $tick”, a ballad about shooting cops... Continue Reading →

MacLauchlan and Dumville To Settle Dispute via Charity Boxing Match

By: Nathan Hood CHARLOTTETOWN - After a bitter dispute that led to his defection from the Liberal Party caucus, now-Independent MLA Bush Dumville and Premier Wade MacLauchlan will attempt to settle their differences through a charity boxing match that’s being... Continue Reading →

MPHEC: 59% of UPEI Graduates Choosing to Remain on PEI

By: Nathan Hood Newly released survey results from the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission show 59% of first-time UPEI graduates are choosing to stay on PEI after their studies. The data comes from a survey of graduates from the class... Continue Reading →

Dissonance: New Art Exhibit Opens in Dawson Lounge

By: Adi Vella Please be advised that content in this article is of a sensitive nature and may trigger some readers. Reader discretion is strongly advised. the wall is a gallery space in UPEI’s Dawson lounge for exhibitions of artwork... Continue Reading →

Opinion: Can Sports and Politics Be Kept Separate?

By: Allison O'Brien This Sunday, the New England Patriots will face off against the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the 52nd Superbowl. Americans across the country will be gathering in their living rooms to eat cheesy foods and their... Continue Reading →

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