2000-11-30

    
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November 30, 2000
  Delhi Deli closingPDF files may take a moment to load

After 11 years in MacEwan Student Centre, the Delhi Deli will serve samosas for the last time on Nov. 30. The month-to-month lease the store has been on since 1997 is not being renewed by the University of Calgary Students' Union.

According to SU Vice-president Operations and Finance Matt Lauzon, the Delhi Deli pays the lowest rent of any food court tenant. The SU decided to not renew the lease for both reasons of profit and to provide students a healthier selection of food.

November 30, 2000
  Transfer payment travestyPDF files may take a moment to load

Over the last seven years, Canada Health and Social Transfer payments suffered large cuts, putting the government's priorities regarding health care, social services and post-secondary education in question. Many lobby groups called for increases both before and during the recent election and the Liberals (obviously knowing an election was imminent) responded with their infamous mini-budget, promising an extra $21.1 billion in transfer payments to the provinces.

November 30, 2000
  Weekend Update with the DinosPDF files may take a moment to load

What happens when you fall asleep for half a game against a very good team? Well, let's just say even the Harlem Globetrotters lose sometimes. Even though the University of Calgary women's basketball team has been as reliable as a German sedan this season, the Dinos found a way to drop a game last Friday night when they faced off against the University of Manitoba.

November 30, 2000
  Weekend Update with the DinosPDF files may take a moment to load

What's the best way to build confidence? For the Dinos, it's by embarrassing your opponent by 29 points.

After being embarrassed themselves by the Golden Bears last weekend, and losing by eight on Friday (86-78), the men's basketball team came together to crush the hapless University of Manitoba Bisons by a score of 93-64. Led by big man Rich Wiebach, the always prolific John Riad and the electrifyingly quick rookie Whit Hornsberger, the Dinos' left everyone wondering how they could possibly lose games.

November 30, 2000
  Sometimes there is a wrong answerPDF files may take a moment to load

I watched Oprah the other day. I do not watch her show regularly, but I am occasionally interested because Oprah seems to express some of the most popular spiritual and moral ideas. On the day that I watched, Oprah spoke with a writer, Gary Zukav, who explained various ways of resolving relational problems for couples.

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