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Review: Love and Information is an impressive achievement

5 hours agoThe structure of the play consists of 59 unconnected scenes, all strung together in rapid-fire succession and sporting 120 characters. There is a frenetic energy that runs through the whole of the play and keeps momentum until the very end.

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Former Castlegar resident rides the bus for 4.5 hours

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Remembering Calhoun's

The news of Calhoun's Bakery closing down hit UBC hard. We asked you to send us your memories of the beloved 24-hour study spot and you delivered. Here's a selection of our favourites, beginning with some of our own.