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Safe, affordable daycare hard to find

By Amy Badry

Exams and essays are hard for all students, but for student parents who have to juggle the responsibility of school, as well as caring for children, all on a student budget, the balance can be too difficult.Third year indigenous studies student Vivienne Livingstone has three children. The youngest is 18-month-old Isabella. Isabella has been on… Continue reading Safe, affordable daycare hard to find

Holiday season on the silver screen

By Hoang-Mai Hong

Like a very welcome and comforting cup of Lady Grey on a cold day, holiday movie season has arrived. Higher quality films are starting to settle in, hoping to pique Academy voter interests as well as rake in the dough from people getting their yearly reprieve from work. Fear not lovers of irony, and those… Continue reading Holiday season on the silver screen

Say goodbye to Brad

By Kris Kotarski

One day in a van just a couple of years ago may have changed the course of history. Well, maybe not, but it did change the travel arrangements for the U of C wrestling team. It’s just one of the many memories from departing team captain Brad Neve. "We were driving to SFU for a… Continue reading Say goodbye to Brad

Football: Dinos end season on a high note

By Brad Day

The University of Calgary Dinos did the unthinkable, capping off their season with a second straight victory Sat., Oct. 28, and laying a thorough ass-whomping on the Simon Fraser University Clan 39-7. The win brings the Dinos to an almost respectable 2-6 on the year, with hope for bigger and brighter things in the future.… Continue reading Football: Dinos end season on a high note

The nominations are in

By Brad Day

The University of Calgary Dinos football team released their selections for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport football awards. Winners will be announced during the week of Nov. 20, in conjunction with the Vanier Cup in Saskatoon. Freshman quarterback Dalin Tollestrup led the way for the Dinos, this time in nominations: one for the Hec Crighton Trophy… Continue reading The nominations are in

Football: Victory, at last

By Brad Day

The University of Calgary Dinos football team won their first game of the year in dramatic fashion, with freshman quarterback Dalin Tollestrup setting a school-record for a blazing 105-yard pass with under a minute to go. The game was a thrilling 30-27 come-from-behind-victory over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds at McMahon Stadium Sun., Oct.… Continue reading Football: Victory, at last

Young star takes the reins

By Brad Day

The first weeks of frosh life for most university students tend to include copious amounts of alcohol, a severe lack of sleep and wondering when the next home cooked meal is going to be. But freshman football phenomenon Dalin Tollestrup’s first few weeks have been anything but. Instead of binge drinking, Tollestrup has practice almost… Continue reading Young star takes the reins

Dinos lose

By Brad Day

The University of Calgary Dinos football team dropped their fourth game in a row Fri., Sept. 29 at McMahon Stadium in a lopsided 55-10 affair against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. The loss puts the Dinos at 0-4 on the year. The Huskies opened the scoring early in the game with a 51-yard touchdown pass… Continue reading Dinos lose