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Discarded cigarette butts are a major source of environmental pollution. <br />Photo by Patricia Barrett<br />

London gets set to really clean up

Imagine picking up soggy cigarette butts people carelessly flick to the ground and making a tally of each one. Some Londoners make a habit of it. And they’re willing to collect and count more than just butts. Plastic bags, bottle caps, coffee cups and soda cans also form part of the fun. Each year, they participate in […]

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Campout For A Cause

“It devastated our chapter and we started to realize that this was something that was extremely underrepresented in terms of our social consciousness,” said Vandan Jhaveri, head coordinator of the Austen Berlet Campout (ABC) for Mental Health. Austen Berlet, a member of Phi Gamma Delta, committed suicide in 2009. “We felt it was kind of […]

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Electric Revival, photo by Sara Mai Chitty

Rock n roll lives on in Electric Revival

They came, they rocked. And there was no one there to hear it. Three piece retro-rock act Electric Revival pumped out some good old fashioned rock n’ roll Thursday night at the APK. They’re not the only band to come to town for a meagre crowd, and they won’t be the last. Frontman Ian Dillon brushed […]

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An empty stage at the Grand Theatre in London, which celebrates World Theatre Day today.

Forgot about play: London’s theatre community celebrates forgotten art

Shakespeare once wrote “All the world’s a stage,” and today that’s never been more true. March 27 commemorates World Theatre Day, a global celebration by theatre communities. Created in 1961 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), World Theatre Day’s goal is to celebrate the “power of theatre,” according to its official […]

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