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Last week, all Mustangs had a chance to check out some student-made films at the Western Undergrad Film Society’s annual Student Film Festival. Six films were shown to attendees along with a panel of professors and a member of the Forest City Film Festival. 

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Last Tuesday, Concrete Beach lit up in a shower of dazzling white and purple lights for Nuit Violette, a celebration of contemporary arts.

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Imagine walking onto a stage without having any idea of what you're going to perform. You haven't rehearsed anything and have never practiced with the people you're onstage with. It's likely you'd be a little more nervous than usual.

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Walk into the “95% Invisible” exhibit, and you'll be greeted by a set of evenly spaced industrial crates in a brightly lit space. It's an exhibit that explores the ethics of art storage; it tells us a story of what happens to art when it's not on display. 

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As Canada teeters on the edge of marijuana legalization, Guilty Pleasures sends a strong reminder about the often bloodied history behind controlled substances.