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Teaming Up to Tour: Liz Stringer // Tim Moxam

By: Lorelei Kenny Independent solo artists Tim Moxam from Toronto, Canada and Liz Stringer from Melbourne, Australia are collaborating together for a two-week tour through eastern Canada. These dynamic artists will be hitting up The Dunk in Breadalbane and The... Continue Reading →

Ballerina On the Moon

By: Dr. Libby Osgood I was going to be the first ballerina on the moon, or so I thought back in the early 1990’s around the age of 9. It didn’t matter that people had stopped traveling to the moon,... Continue Reading →

Just When You Thought Everyone Forgot About Your New Year Resolution: Tips for the Other 11 Months

By: Zach Geldert How is your New Year resolution coming along? I bet the first two weeks were fantastic. You are starting to feel better about yourself and the choices you have been making. However, you can sense that, as... Continue Reading →

The “P” in UPEI Stands for “Party”

By: Morin Mawhinney In a recent article published by Maclean’s, they ranked Canada’s 47 Top Party Schools. You’ll all be happy to know our own UPEI came in at #21. That’s a reasonably respectable position, isn’t it? For the party... Continue Reading →

Priceless Piece: Why You Should Listen to Angelo Mota’s House of Diamonds

By: Iain Burhoe The state of music is something up for debate as of recently. With a heavy focus on more electronic and sounds, there is a lack of lyricism in today’s pieces. Rap music has been the biggest hit... Continue Reading →

Foods for Thought

By: Obinna Esomchukwu A significant aspect of living healthy is eating healthy. Nothing says it better than the popular axiom -- you are what you eat. Our bodies are made of trillions of cells -- in order words, we are... Continue Reading →

The Party Line: Lesser Known Events of UPEI

By: Morin Mawhinney Relay for Life UPEI The Canadian Cancer Society is coming to UPEI Chi-Wan Sports Centre on the 20th of January. From 6:00pm to midnight, teams of 10-15 people will be fundraising and running/walking all around the gym.... Continue Reading →

Dining With Danielle: Strawberries & Bourbon

By: Danielle MacDonald * This article was first published on the 12th of September, 2012 If you know me at all, you know that I am madly, passionately, and inexplicably in love with food. Potlucks are my idea of a... Continue Reading →

The Five Thrift Shopping Commandments

By: Morin Mawhinney As we are filing back into the halls of UPEI from a long Holiday break, there are two problems most of us are facing: we are broke from buying all our loved ones Christmas presents, and we... Continue Reading →

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