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November 12, 2009
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The men’s hockey team find themselves in second place in Canada West after splitting a weekend series with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. They now sport a 6–2–2 record and are one point ahead of the University of Manitoba Bisons and three points behind the University of Alberta Golden Bears. Five of the Dinos 10 games have gone to overtime so far, and the Dinos have won three of them, all in a shootout. Reid Jorgensen leads all Dinos in scoring with 10 points (fives goals, five assists).

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October 29, 2009
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Christian author, speaker and professor Greg Koukl was in town Fri., Oct. 23, to ask the question “is it intolerant to say Jesus is the only way?” He spoke to staff, students and community members at Mount Royal University about the merit of religious pluralism.

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October 29, 2009
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It's been a rough return for the Dinos women's hockey team. Since winning their first game back in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, they have yet to win again. They've lost five straight, including four matches at home.

The Dinos played the University of Manitoba Bisons in two matches at the Olympic Oval and lost both by a combined score of 9–2. They've only scored eight goals so far in six games and sit at the bottom of the conference.

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October 22, 2009
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Internationally renowned journalist Gwynne Dyer was on campus Tuesday to give a lecture titled Crawling from the Wreckage. Dyer’s articles on international affairs are published in over 175 papers in 45 countries.

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