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The Jo Show

By Jo Wynn

One thing that is not hard to find on the Dinos women’s volleyball team this season is praise for star player Joanna Niemczewska. The fact that fourth year just won Canada West player of the week may seem impressive to most, but as Dino Janelle Findlay aptly puts it: “Jo’s athlete of every week.” Well… Continue reading The Jo Show

Gwynne Dyer

By Marti Webster

“There’s going to be a war. It’s going to start in two or three weeks and it’s going to be quite bad.” This is what Gwynne Dyer pessimistically views– and he’s only been wrong twice–is an inevitable American-led war on Iraq. He said the war is likely to occur in weeks, not months.On Wed., Mar.… Continue reading Gwynne Dyer

Renowned j-man Gwynne Dyer speaks at the U

By R. Paul Dyck

Canada’s role in Kosovo and East Timor was just one issue addressed by renowned journalist Gwynne Dyer last week at the University of Calgary. On Oct. 28, Dyer, a Canadian journalist and war historian, spoke at MacEwan Student Centre about the changing world of international politics and the impact of these changes on Canadian foreign… Continue reading Renowned j-man Gwynne Dyer speaks at the U

Report Card: Women’s Volleyball

By Jo Wynn

Talent This team was as short on talent as the Stampede is on cowboys. Both of the team’s fifth-year players excelled this year. Natalie Schwartz led the Canada West conference in assists while Neda Boroumand was CW’s top digger. Schwartz was named a Canadian Interuniversity Sport Second-Team All-Canadian and CW First-Team All-Star. Earning CW Second-Team… Continue reading Report Card: Women’s Volleyball

Volleysaurs need to reset after loss of middles

By Jo Wynn

With a national title under their spandex, memories of trailer trash themes and “Journey” filled Den nights, three Dinos women’s volleysaur middles flee the coop to enter the unknown: life after the Dinos. Leaving the team lacking middles and size on the court, these three players will be remembered long after they’re gone. First up… Continue reading Volleysaurs need to reset after loss of middles

Lady volleyballers don’t suck at all

By Jo Wynn

In the battle for volleyball greatness Jan. 28-29, the Dinos women’s volleyball team faced off with their nemesis the University of Alberta Pandas, to gain supremacy. The two teams have been rivals for what seems like forever, but the weekend showed which team is truly the best as the Dinos came back both nights to… Continue reading Lady volleyballers don’t suck at all

Lady volleysaurs unstoppable

By Jo Wynn

With only four games left in the regular season, the Dinos women’s volleyball team is streamlined for success. The Dinos are still undefeated this season after winning against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Jan. 21-22. Friday night the Dinos opened the weekend at home in the Jack Simpson Gymnasium by slaughtering the Huskies 25-14. The… Continue reading Lady volleysaurs unstoppable

streaking. verb. the stringing of victories together

By Jo Wynn

Despite bitter prairie temperatures below 50 degrees and despite playing with the wrong game ball, the Dinos women’s volleyball team had another winning weekend Jan. 14-15. The results of the season have motivated some people to ask: “Can they lose?” The Dino’s are still holding the reigns as number one in the country and remain… Continue reading streaking. verb. the stringing of victories together