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October 18, 2001
  Unexplored keys to culturePDF files may take a moment to load

All reputable video stores have a foreign film section. And because I'm sick of blockbuster Hollywood movies, I find myself going towards that section more and more.

What do I find? Well, I find movies from Italy, France, Canada, China, and so on. Wait, did I say Canada? Yes, I did. Films from Quebec are actually considered "foreign." Apparently our view of our movies is so low, that we refuse to admit that they're even ours to
begin with.

October 18, 2001
  Moola for musicPDF files may take a moment to load

Leaves are falling, midterm exams are approaching and University of Calgary poster boards are plastered with posters bearing clever slogans and whimsical artwork.

The staff and volunteers at CJSW, the campus radio station, are gearing up for the 17th annual funding drive, set to kick off Sat., Oct. 20. For many students, the event is an integral part of campus life synonymous with great music, intelligent commentary, and a lot of T-shirts.

October 18, 2001
  MORE BANG FOR YOUR SU BUCKPDF files may take a moment to load

Mark Counsell is a man on a mission.

The Students' Union Operations and Finance Commissioner wants to review the levies students contribute to through their SU fees. To begin, he is proposing a referendum to remove the $2 per semester levy students pay to Career Services. Counsell feels Career Services should be paid for by the employers who benefit most from job matching.

October 18, 2001
  Universal freedomsPDF files may take a moment to load

hose asking for the removal of a recent Tibet photo exhibit on campus should probably avoid appealing to a student newspaper for their cause.


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