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The ‘F’ Word

Posted January 23, 2015 by Recultured Team

There are key subjects that trigger lengthy debates among people today; in my opinion feminism leads the pack. Just like any other philosophy out there, there will be supporters and nay sayers alike. This, however, is not a problem. The issue is how we choose to approach discussing sensitive topics because that will largely frame the outcome.

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Tech Troubled Films for Our Surveillance Age: The Den

Posted January 10, 2015 by Megan Jones

With the 1936 film Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin introduced a witty, scathing take on the effects of mass technology, and, indeed, the type of life we forge with it has become a central preoccupation to our modern world. Film remains at the forefront of this conversation, not only for the speed and power of its […]

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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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«On R Radar #5: Blogging Women, Weird Lists, Snowboarding, and… Food.

Posted May 9, 2014 by Recultured Team

A new instalment of On R Radar, our ongoing list of places we love on the interwebs.

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What you need to know about the Simon Fraser Spring Sendoff

Posted April 1, 2014 by Recultured Team

I caught up with the Spring Sendoff project manager, Brandon Chapman, to get some details on what’s new to this event, if the planners faced resistance from administrators, and his take on SFU’s social life.

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