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Sean Agnew • Diltaj Atwal • Melanie Bethune • Fernando David Moreno • Raeesa Farooqi • Ashley Gray • Liv Ingram • Kate Jacobson • Miranda Krogstad • Jan Ong • Kathy Pham • Connor Sadler • Andrea Sanchez-Ponton • Tiffany Sengsavang • Justin Seward • James Stevenson • Scott Strasser • Remi Watts • Jocelyn Yet • • • This week’s Golden Spatula goes out to Sharanya Ramesh. Normally writers mess up their first drafts, as they have shaky hands from years of drug and alcohol abuse, but Sharanya showed us that masters of science students can not only get real jobs after school, they can also write! Sharanya nailed her first article this week on heart disease with the precision of a heart surgeon. I suggest you bleeding-heart liberals have a heart and read it. It really tugs at your heartstrings.

March 21, 2014
  Latin film festival now at U of CPDF files may take a moment to load

The Calgary Latin Wave Film Fest, which began in 2010, has moved to the University of Calgary this year, March 20–23, as part of one professor’s goal to further Latin American film studies on campus.

Nayibe Bermudez-Barrios, professor of Latin American film with the department of French, Italian and Spanish, has organized the festival along with Diana Sanchez from the International Toronto Film Festival to help bring Latin American films into the public eye.

March 20, 2014
  Heart disease: the silent killer of womenPDF files may take a moment to load

A doctor explains to his female patient that there are studies of fruit flies, mice, hamsters, frogs, monkeys and men with her particular condition —­ but medical research using women as subjects simply never occurred to anyone.

March 20, 2014
  Confronting the failures of feminismPDF files may take a moment to load

At some point during the evolution of women’s rights, feminism became a club that everyone could join by saying the right words and thinking the right thoughts. By virtue of believing men and women are equal, one suddenly joined a constantly evolving and changing social movement. This inclusiveness is gimmicky and reductive, but serves a logical purpose — by including more people as feminists, we can supposedly broaden the aims of feminism as a global movement.

March 19, 2014
  How do men fit into feminism?PDF files may take a moment to load

Members of women in Leadership are inviting students to take part in a discussion on the role of men in feminism.

The club will host Men and Feminism, a night dedicated to dialogue on the subject.

“My hope for this event is that we can deal with the word feminism,” said Fiona Rumohr, vice-president public relations for Women in Leadership.

The event will also feature a guest speaker from the WizeGuyz program, which educates young men on sexual health.


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