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Issue in photos

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Single W

Hi. Look I’ll cut to the chase. I have a deadline of Aug 30th.Continue...

How fusion reactors work

Solar fusion is fairly complex. It starts with hydrogen and requires three different steps to create a helium atom. It also requires higher temperature and pressure than is currently viable in man-made fusion reactors. The deuterium-tritium reaction is the best way to create fusion under laboratory conditions. This reaction is over one million times easier to initiate than the hydrogen-hydrogen reaction that takes place in the sun’s core.Continue...

ITER creates Can-fusion

With gas prices rising and power shortages in places like California, energy is a hot topic right now.Continue...

Issue in photos

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How the Powers That Be Broke My Achy Breaky Heart

Once in a while you think you're in love.Continue...

Buy me to the moon

Have you ever thought about your dream vacation?Continue...

Job Hunting in K-town

At some point, you made the decision to stay in Kingston for the summer. You’d find a job, no problem. If, now that we’re well into the summer, you’re regretting that decision—don’t despair. There are several resources within walking distance to help you find a new job.Continue...

McUnion? McNoWay

The running battle between McDonald’s Restaurants and labour activists flared up in Montreal this past month, following the announcement that the newly unionized McDonald’s outlet on Peel Street would be shut down by the end of August ...Continue...

Issue in photos

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Feel Like This Today?

MiSC. still loves you.Continue...

What’s all the hype around “IT”?

Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs says it will change the way cities are designed. Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos says it's a "product so revolutionary, you'll have no problem selling it." The two are among a handful who have actually seen "IT".Continue...

Racing through time

Anyone who has watched Steven Spielberg's movie Back To The Future is left with a curiosity of 'what if.'Continue...

Issue in photos

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The Sex Files

The stigma attached to genital herpes tends to pale in comparison to the more serious and well-known HIV and AIDS but few know that its effects can be just as disabling. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that sexually active people should know of and dread.Continue...

SWIM, BIKE, RUN

The eyes of the Olympic-watching world have recently turned their attention to Canada, or more specifically, to Canadian triathlete Simon Whitfield.Continue...

Mind over Meat

Hero is a word often echoed by modern Western media. But what does it really mean to be a hero?Continue...

Issue in photos

View all images from vol. 128, issue 10.Continue...

Hoax Music = Latest Sensation

Like countless others at this university, you and your friends may want to start a band. Play music, get popular, kick some ass, right? Wrong.Continue...

Mars Direct:

John F. Kennedy sparked the imagination of a nation and indeed the entire world. His dream came true on July 20, 1969 when Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon.Continue...

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