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September 27, 2001
  Huskies sack DinosPDF files may take a moment to load

The silver lining is beginning to tarnish.

After being blown out in Manitoba two weeks ago, the Dinos football team was obviously dejected. They were riding a high going into the game, but were simply beaten by a stronger team. Their 44-3 shellacking at the hands of the nationally unranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies may have been a direct result of bruised ego. It is a reality not lost on Head Coach Tony Fasano.

September 27, 2001
  Pandas cause uproarPDF files may take a moment to load

Controversy in the world of sport isn't saved for the Dennis Rodmans and the Javier Sotomayors. Sometimes, it pops up where you least expect it--Canada West women's soccer.

September 27, 2001
  Like a death in the familyPDF files may take a moment to load

In her groundbreaking works about coping with mortality, Elizabeth Kubler Ross identified five distinct stages a human goes through when faced with death. So successful was her analysis that even the Simpsons paid tribute to her in the episode when Homer ate the poison blowfish.

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