2001-09-13

    
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September 13, 2001
  Portable centres of... somethingPDF files may take a moment to load

On top of regular back-to-school challenges, University of Calgary students have two new classrooms to navigate. Classrooms TA 101 and 102 are located in portables otherwise known as "ATCO portable centres of excellence," required to accommodate rising enrolment at
U of C.

September 13, 2001
  Helping hand in researchPDF files may take a moment to load

The fantastic achievements that emerge frequently from various labs of University of Calgary researchers are well-known. But who are the individuals that make these discoveries possible by negotiating grants, dealing with administrative work and acting as a liaison to the public?

September 13, 2001
  Construction briefsPDF files may take a moment to load

With the new school year comes a new round of relocations and renovations in the MacEwan Hall Expansion saga.

According to University of Calgary Students' Union Vice-President Operations and Finance Natasha Dhillon, construction on the ballroom is proceeding at a healthy pace following the relocation of Campus Security to MacEwan Student Centre.

"We can now just start connecting the two buildings," she said. "It means that we can be more on schedule than before."

September 13, 2001
  Campus theatre pokes at pop music and TVPDF files may take a moment to load

Like growing sentiments in today's society, popular culture is stupid. And, like all things stupid, it shouldn't be taken seriously.

This is the message being thrown out to the masses in the newest production from University of Calgary's Hidden Insanity, Culture Pop. According to director and actor Jonathan Chapman, many people tend to disregard popular culture entirely, so it may be time to embrace and poke fun at it. Chapman also wrote the group's last project, Watching Fight Club Made me Crazy.

September 13, 2001
  Frozen by terror, stricken with griefPDF files may take a moment to load

Everything has changed now. Our lives will forever be marred by, inspired by and compared against the weight of the tragedy of Tues., Sept. 11. As some have described it, this will be the defining moment for a generation of people, where each and every one of us remembers where we were when we became aware of the sickening reality of a terrorist attack.

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