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Francophone event Saturday

ARTS/ ENTERTAINMENT — Traditional food, hand-made maple toffee and the music of the seven-piece Quebec band Le Bal a l’huile will be featured Saturday at the Kamloops Francophone Association’s Caban a sucre (Sugar cabin). 63 more words

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Family Art Saturday free

Family Art Saturday
Saturday, March 7, 2015
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Drop into Family Art Saturday, a free family event that includes tours and activities in the Kamloops Art Gallery galleries as well as innovative art workshops in the studios. 45 more words

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Athleisure blurs the line between gym and everyday fashions

By Molly Bello

Comment Columnist

 

I used to say I’d never be caught dead in sneakers outside of the gym. Leggings were for yoga only. I have now worn sneakers with jeans, and leggings styled with sweaters. 498 more words

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BSU Theater and Dance hosts festival despite snow setbacks

By Emma Johansen-Hewitt

Comment Contributor

 

This past weekend, the BAM! Student Theater Festival took place. Two student-directed plays, “Shel’s Shorts” and “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” were performed over a five-day period at alternating times. 546 more words

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Bristaco celebrated another birthday with food, games, and music

By Marissa Bean

Arts Editor

 

Everyone deserves a birthday celebration, and the school mascot is no exception.

On March 3, BSU’s mascot, Bristaco, celebrated his birthday with members of the community. 391 more words

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Cheap Chic: Spring break styles don't have to break your budget

By Brooke Bigda

Comment Columnist

 

With only days away, we are slowly approaching Spring Break here at BSU. After making all your travel plans, doing all of your never ending packing, and spending a fortune on plane tickets, you probably have no desire to spend any more time and money on those much needed spring break essentials. 449 more words

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