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Harrison’s legacy

By David Kenney

Isn’t it a pity indeed. With Beatle George Harrison’s passing, many will eulogize the late Beatle while focusing on his time with the Fab Four. Yes, in a span of only seven years, the Beatles not only defined ’60s music but a cultural revolution. Still, George was more than just a mop top; he was… Continue reading Harrison’s legacy

Post-Oscar films to enjoy in March

By Hoang-Mai Hong

Emerging from all the hullabaloo and buzz of the Academy Awards, one realizes that other than a few upcoming “majorly anticipated” movies, what else is there? Not that anything else is less than worthy of our collective attention, but there hasn’t been much circulating around other than Watchmen trailers. Well, the Oscars have been awarded… Continue reading Post-Oscar films to enjoy in March

K-19 delivers hit

By Kris Kotarski

I thought an English-language film made for mass consumption in the United States would never come close to capturing the essence of the Soviet Union. K-19: The Widowmaker proved me wrong.Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson headline an outstanding cast, full of role players who deliver a stunning performance as a 1961 Soviet submarine crew. Neeson… Continue reading K-19 delivers hit

Dino’s magical shutout streak ends

By Kris Kotarski

It was perhaps the greatest streak University of Calgary soccer has ever seen. Suffocating defensive play and brilliant goaltending by second-year standout Taryn Swiatek positioned the Dinos on top of the Canada West standings. They were also perfect; six shutouts in six tries. Saturday’s game started like any other for the Dinos this season, with… Continue reading Dino’s magical shutout streak ends