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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 →

Relay for Life 2017 Recap

By: Emma McDermott & Lorelei Kenny Last Friday, members of the UPEI community gathered together for the 2017 UPEI Relay For Life. Relay For Life is a national annual fundraising event for the Canadian Cancer Society which has been taking... 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 →

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 →

“Awaken My Love!” One word: Groovy

By: Lorelei Kenny Earlier this month Childish Gambino dropped his third studio album “Awaken My Love!” and now that the initial shock has subsided we can simply revel in its reality. Gambino trades in his heavy hip hop rap beats... Continue Reading →

22 Shows to binge-watch on Netflix AFTER Exams

By: Lorelei Kenny Politics House of Cards — Ruthless Congressman Francis Underwood and his equally emotionally-hardened wife Claire Underwood work their way up the political ladder, plotting against those in their way and showing no mercy to those who betray... Continue Reading →

Feature Friday: Singularity

By: Enesi Majebi   Oga /ɒgah/: A slang term meaning Boss I'd once been asked to describe the streets of Lagos, the man had been a tourist from the North, I could tell from his accent and his relaxed demeanour.... Continue Reading →

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