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Chand sa Chehra (As beautiful as the moon)

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FILM BY FARAH QURAISHI Winner of the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada Award for Best Student Long Documentary, Chand sa Chehra (As beautiful as the moon) is an intimate and

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Life in a Cab

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FILM BY IKE RAI, CORIN THOMPSON, AND EDDIE CRAMPTON Most of us jump in the back of a cab for a few minutes with only our destination in mind. For

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Digitally Dependent Relationships – Gen Y Online

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SPECIAL FEATURE Things have changed. No longer are our personal lives limited by distance, time, or space. This is the world of Generation Y. Society is so greatly affected by

Doritos hold their own in the chip isle; they’re the number one selling corn-based chip in North America.

What’s in your Doritos?

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BY JUSTIN GRANT Eating is a communal experience, and sports fans are natural snackers.  Whether it’s at the game, at the bar, or at home, spectator-sports and foodie-culture go hand-in-hand.  In this

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Stop the Quarry: Community beats big business

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BY LILY MARTIN Our documentary Stop the Quarry is at its roots about the people of Melancthon County. Melancthon is a small farming community not far from Toronto. They say the

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Could you handle the OSAP Challenge?

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BY LILY MARTIN While searching for story ideas for our magazine show, At The Moment, back in September, I came across an article from 2010 claiming that OSAP expected students

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Deck the Malls: Santa Unwrapped

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BY KATIE BREEN ‘Twas the semester before Christmas, when all through the class Every idea was falling though, even our group’s last. Until little Jimmy posed as a joke: “Why

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