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SFU vs. UBC; the Real and the Fake

Posted December 17, 2014 by Recultured Team

As a student in Vancouver, you have an endless list of institutions to choose from to further your education. Despite the evident freedom, there is the tendency for other students’ attitudes associated with their ideologies to taint your search. A quick Google search of which institution is better between SFU and UBC exemplifies how destructive such a discussion can become; further causing unnecessary anxiety for outsiders looking in.

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Dating & Relationships

6 Coupley Events to Attend this Winter

Posted December 13, 2014 by Recultured Team

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Ladies, it’s time for you to get those cameras out and men, it’s time for you to buck up and stop complaining about how many photos you’re going to have to pose for because after all, this is just about every Instagram girl and guy’s dream. Not […]

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Art

Yelle: A Neon Nation

Posted December 10, 2014 by Recultured Team

Let’s get schooled… in French Electro-pop that is. Singing songs from her up and coming album ‘Complètement fou’ and accompanied by her other singles from her last album ‘Safari Disco Club’, Yelle pops by Vancouver’s very own Fortune Sound Club for a night to remember.

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Dining

#HowTo: Piss Off Your Server

Posted November 25, 2014 by Recultured Team

We’ve all been there. Whether you’ve worked in the customer service industry, know someone who does or you’ve had to sit beside one of those nagging, high-maintenance customers, we all know just what pushes a server’s buttons. We hear story after story of customers receiving what they believe to be as poor service… yet, did those […]

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The Ello interface. Photo via The Verge.
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Ello: Is it me you’re looking for?

Posted October 1, 2014 by Dalena Nguyen

There’s a new social network in town, Ello. Lots of people have shown an interest so far, and while it’s been touted as a possible Facebook killer, that is yet to be seen. For now, could the demand signify a shift in our attitudes toward social media?

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