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March 08, 2001
  Will Willyart touch you?PDF files may take a moment to load

If a person's life is shaped by his friends, than the newest exhibit at the Nickle Arts museum offers the perfect glimpse into the life of John Will.

Made up of work by friends, colleagues, ex-students and even the wife of the local art legend, Willyart shows March 16 - May 5 in conjunction with John Will: Ain't Paralyzed Yet. According to Calvin Burns, coordinator of the event, this serves to give viewers a different look at Will than simply displaying his work.

March 08, 2001
  Track and field fiends head to NationalsPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos Track and Field team left for Sherbrooke, Quebec on Wednesday, hell bent on making their presence felt at this weekend's Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union Championships. Eleven women and 10 men will represent our institution in la belle province.

The women are coming off an impressive second-place finish behind the University of Saskatchewan at the Canada West meet two weeks ago. Dino ladies are ranked sixth
in the nation going into the competition.

March 08, 2001
  Klein upsets Toby WhitePDF files may take a moment to load

Students' Union President Toby White is upset with Premier Klein for two reasons. In the Feb. 26 leaders' debate, Mr. Klein referred to White as a girl and read an excerpt from a letter written by White.

March 08, 2001
  Full-contact forums for SU ElectionPDF files may take a moment to load

"I wasn't that interested," commented a departing student.

That sentiment summed up students' reactions to Tuesday's Students' Union Vice-president Academic forum. Nic Porco and Bryndis Whitson commented on the lack of students at the Speaker's Corner location, a change from last year's arena of the columns in MacEwan Hall.

The forum blasted off with the two candidates outlining their platform points.

March 08, 2001
  Alberta's lesser known politiciansPDF files may take a moment to load

Do you want to vote in the upcoming provincial election for a radical left-wing party? Amid a sea of weak-kneed, pseudo-leftist groups like the New Democrats is the Communist Party of Canada. Jason Devine, Communist candidate in Calgary East, is an ambitious 20-year-old socialist who ran for federal office in November, also in the riding of Calgary East, and managed to pick off 152 out of 33,552 votes.
According to Devine, this is more support than any other Communist candidate has ever received in a Calgary riding.


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