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January 11, 2001
  The real reason for recent renosPDF files may take a moment to load

The following is a piece of fiction, although some of us wish it wasn't.

The University of Calgary hit paydirt last Monday when construction crews struck oil, leading student leaders to call for a tuition freeze and more spending on university programs.

According to Students' Union President Toby White, the oil was discovered by the crew working beside MacEwan Hall at the Mac Hall expansion site.

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January 11, 2001
  From the ashes of the walrus comes insanityPDF files may take a moment to load

The bad date. Almost everyone's had one complete with a "groan, why'd I say or do that" thought. And since time travel isn't yet possible, getting back those moments isn't realistic. Thanks to Hidden Insanity Theatre, such realism isn't necessary.

January 11, 2001
  The revolution of public transitPDF files may take a moment to load

Are right-wing-leaning, car-loving, we-think-two-people-in-a-car-equals-a-high-occupancy-vehicle Calgarians ready for transportation socialism? A new post-secondary transit pass system, which would cost students approximately $50 per semester to gain unlimited access to all Calgary public transit services, might test the student population's car addiction in light of the realistic benefits of a move towards using transit.

January 11, 2001
  Helping hungry should be habitualPDF files may take a moment to load

Now that the holiday season has come and gone, many Calgarians are getting ready to slip back into the apathetic slumber in which they reside for the other 11 months of the year. Every December, we are temporarily reminded that despite our "strong and vibrant" economy, there are plenty of Calgary residents who struggle to make ends meet. The local media does a great job of heavily promoting various good-will agencies, calling on Calgarians to donate food, clothing, toys and money to those in need.

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January 11, 2001
  Wondering what women want?PDF files may take a moment to load

Since the beginning, humans have lived together in a society in which their very survival depends on the relationships that exist between men and women. While the world has obviously progressed as a result of successful male-female interaction, the fact remains that it is unlikely the genders gained such a relationship due to their thorough comprehension of significant others. While there are those who would claim such knowledge, for many men the question remains: What do women really want?

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