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From the Gazette

Circle of inclusion

A rhythmic beat and united voices resounded through the University Centre recently, the music echoing in the hallways and attracting passersby. The Aboriginal Resource Office hosts open drumming circles every Friday at lunchtime throughout the fall and winter semesters. But this particular event was all the more significant, as it took place as part of […]

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Dr. Andrew Vardy

‘Who’ knew?

A Memorial researcher's connection to a new Dr. Who episode appears in the form of "Vardies," a swarm of tiny bird-like robots.

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