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A diamond in the rough

By Taylor McKee

The 2012 season was one to remember for the University of Calgary baseball team. The Dinos finished their season on May 13 in the semifinals of the Canadian College Baseball Conference after losing to the Vancouver Island Baseball Institute in the ninth inning. The road to the semifinals, however, was unconventional. The team’s regular season… Continue reading A diamond in the rough

Unearthing Calgary’s past

By Nicole Kobie

It’s not just a walk in the park. While the surroundings are as beautiful as any inner-city greenspace, graveyards have gravity and serenity. The ground isn’t just grass, it’s a place where someone’s loved one is eternally resting. Union Cemetery–part of what’s commonly called Cemetery Hill–has another feeling about it, one of history. Few other… Continue reading Unearthing Calgary’s past

Cricket in danger

By Joanna Farley

Riley Park has multiple uses. Kids splash in the wading pool, adults sunbathe and on Monday evenings and weekend afternoons, white-clad men flit across the pitch playing cricket. This activity may be in jeopardy."What was being proposed was a larger parks depot, but that’s a side issue," said Don Patrician of the Department of Programs… Continue reading Cricket in danger