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March 10, 2011
  Spartans kill Dinos title defencePDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos men's volleyball team went into the CIS volleyball championships last weekend as both defending champions and Canada West champions -- the toughest volleyball conference in Canada -- but they knew the road would be hard and that a lot of good teams had a shot at winning it. It was one such good team, the Trinity Western Spartans, that killed the Dinos dreams of a repeat in the semi-final before claiming the CIS title. The Dinos went on to the bronze medal match where they secured a third place finish.

March 10, 2011
  Hockey headed to Canada West finalPDF files may take a moment to load

For the first time in 10 years, the Dinos men's hockey team is heading to the CIS University Cup. The team's playoff dreams became a reality in a close best-of-three semi-final against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies at Father David Bauer last weekend. Both teams clinched a game each, forcing the series to a third game thriller, where the Dinos forced an end to the Huskies season.

March 10, 2011
  The wrong call on secondary suitesPDF files may take a moment to load

And the unfortunate secondary suite saga continues. On Monday, city council once again pushed back the vote to legalize secondary suites until further research is conducted. This cycle of introducing the issue, promising change and then postponing any meaningful policy has been ongoing for over half a decade.

March 10, 2011
  Letter: Troll pissed off, going to die soonPDF files may take a moment to load

What going on at school?!?! Tiddlywinks wake up at crack of noon like always on Tuesday and then break into neighbourses' house to use computer. When try to vote in Students' Union election Tiddlywinks find bad bad thing!!! No Tiddlywinks on ballot!!! Why not? No smoochable Delilah Smith on ballot!!! Why not?

Tiddlywinks mad, all students mad 2.

Everyone come up to Tiddlywinks and say 'Hey, why me no able for vote you???'

Tiddlywinks have answer.

March 10, 2011
  Spun: Lykke LiPDF files may take a moment to load

In 2007, Stereogum, a popular music blog, proclaimed Lykke Li an artist to watch, but they did so with a caveat: they stated her music was “powdered-sugar pop” and in the same vein as Kylie Minogue.

It was a problematic assertion. There were and still are certian pop sensiblities that pervade Lykke’s music, but it’s becoming increasingly obvious that she isn’t interested in being the next Kylie Monogue. Her new album Wounded Rhymes, certainly strengthens this rejection.

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March 10, 2011
  Spun: Rural Alberta Advantage
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Right in the middle of an abnormally long Alberta winter, the Rural Alberta Advantage return with a wintery album. From the driving-in-a-whiteout front cover to the numerous icy references throughout the LP, Departing plays like a counterpart to the late summer sunset that was their first album, Hometowns.

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March 10, 2011
  Spun: Toro Y MoiPDF files may take a moment to load

You know a sound must be fresh when a new genre is created to describe it. Toro Y Moi- the moniker of multi-instrumentalist Chazwick Bundick- released Causers of This early 2010 spearheading the charge for the fledgling chillwave genre. Now, just a year later he's already moving in a new direction.

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March 10, 2011
  CJSW Profile: Desi VibesPDF files may take a moment to load

Rup Dhawliwal takes to the air every Tuesday with Desi Vibes a show that provides CJSW listeners with a unique mix of Bhangra, a type of Indian folk music that has gained international attention in the last 50 years.

Gauntlet: Could you talk about the music you play on your show?

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March 10, 2011
  Where's Waldo? He's on the MainstagePDF files may take a moment to load

The red and white striped shirt is an iconic staple for children who've grown up reading the first Where's Waldo? book published in 1987. Now Michèle Moss, a faculty member in the dance department at University of Calgary, is drawing upon Waldo-esque imagery for a jazz piece she choreographed for Mainstage Dance.

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