Tuesday, February 7, 2023

UNBSJ faculty members partake in calling campaign for prospective students

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On January 15 as a warm welcome to future UNBSJ students, the UNBSJ Deans of Science, Applied Science and Engineering (SASE), Arts, and Business, alongside other faculty members and colleagues, took part in an organized calling campaign for prospective students. This event gave students the opportunity to get familiar with a place...

The crap that is Assassin’s Creed 3: A game review, with spoilers included

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I wish I could say good things about Assassin’s Creed 3, but unfortunately it was one of the most disappointing sequels I have played this year. I can’t recommend this game to anyone other than fans of the series. Assassin’s Creed 3 suffers from poor...

Gravity is a different kind of odyssey

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Space-set films are usually concerned with disaster scenarios such as nuclear satellites, steroids colliding with Earth and alien invasions. However, most of these movies don’t focus on the dangerous aspects of outer space alone. Director Alfonso Cuaron offers Gravity, a 93 minute character drama...

Arkham Origins is a solid, though not groundbreaking game

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In many ways, videogames are like feature films. If they are financially successful, it’s likely that a sequel will be made. After the release of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City in recent years, many fans feared the series would end after the latter’s release. Two...

The Outside Circle (Book Review)

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For its second book of the year, the Lorenzo Reading Series has ventured in a slightly different direction with The Outside Circle. Focusing on the vicious cycle of gang violence and addiction plaguing inner-city Aboriginal communities across Canada, Patti LaBoucane-Benson and Kelly Mellings’ graphic...

Lorenzo Reading Series: Kathleen Winter’s “Freedom in American Songs”

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On Thursday, Jan.15th, 2015, Canadian writer Kathleen Winter read at UNBSJ as a part of the Lorenzo Society Reading Series. The night opened with Lorenzo Reading Series coordinator, Alison Hughes, giving a wonderful and breathtaking introduction for Winter. The audience was receptive, eager to hear...

Crock pot curry chicken

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With the days getting colder and time becoming more limited as students push through studying and midterms, a crock pot is a great way to save time and enjoy a delicious piping hot meal. If you don’t have a crock pot, you should consider buying...

What’s the Point of DVD’s Nowadays Anyways?

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One of these days, your laptop or computer will not be working. Your phone will have gone kaput; all the books in your library you have read three times by now; and, surprisingly, you have no homework or classes to go to. Basically, it’s...

Never go a**-to-mouth! A guide to butt sex and anal play

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For the final issue of this year’s The Baron, I want to talk about the ever-elusive exploit of sexual escapades: butt sex. Despite all of the stigma surrounding it, anal sex can be fun for everyone involved; you just have to know what you’re...

Modern Families, Meth and Military – The 64 annual Emmy Awards

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The 64 annual Emmy Awards aired Sunday, Sept. 24, or as I like to call them, the third annual Modern Family Awards. Modern Family swept the comedy categories taking home four awards including Outstanding Comedy Series for the third year in a row; Modern Family...