Arts

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What to Read for Reading Week

| Chantelle Spicer | Spring Break within popular culture has often come to mean parties in the sun, probably too much drinking, and exotic locales, but the reality for many college and university students is a week of time dedicated to study,…
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Podcast Playlist

| Chantelle Spier | Over the last 10 years, podcasts have increasingly become the way we obtain news, share ideas, and explore concepts. Though radio itself seems to be on its way out in many regions, podcasts have spawned new independent broadcasting…
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Poetry as Revolution

"Poetry is the lifeblood of rebellion, revolution, and the raising of consciousness." ~Alice Walker A major challenge in starting and maintaining social movements—political, environmental, humanitarian, or any combination thereof—is…

Waterway

  Waterway I saw you and called you a waterway, Must be navigable, the definition says. You look so still, sealed over with shocking lime duckweed, hiding your small surface. What navigates you? The ducks kick through…
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FEATURE: Kootenay Studio Arts - Jewelry

Kootenay Studio Arts (KSA) at Selkirk College’s Victoria Street campus will be putting on it’s annual Year End Show and Sale on June 22nd and 23rd this year.
Trevor Unruh
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Storm - Creative Non-Fiction by Paula Snow

Bang. Bang! Orangutan! Bump and swish; burble and slosh. Something’s rolling, rolling, rolling, back and forth, up on deck.
Peek - Spencer Legebokoff
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Outside Looking In - Photo Collection by Spencer Legebokoff

“Our environment shapes us, whether we like it or not.” - Spencer Legebokoff