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September 05, 2002
  Punk-rock todayPDF files may take a moment to load

These are the laments of Jon Gauthier, lead singer of the Grimsby, Ontario born SECTORSEVEN. Plunking away on their six strings since 1992, the melodic hardcore/metal group exemplifies the punk ideology in their latest self-titled release.

The hard, fast, high-energy punk fest proves that the group has succeeded in reinventing themselves after the departure of guitarist Ryan Allan. In their relentless quest to adapt, the band has become more precise and tight, developing a sound that is definitively SECTORSEVEN.

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September 05, 2002
  Heepin and HoppinPDF files may take a moment to load

Break dancing is not lost in the '80s. Just ask Constant Mayhem, a b-boy crew from Calgary who advanced to the finals of the Ready or Not break dancing competition held on August, 24 at the Palace nightclub.

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September 05, 2002
  Wilco, the band who loves youPDF files may take a moment to load

It has been quite the year and a half for Wilco. First, in the process of recording their most recent album, the wonderfully beautiful and complex Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, they lost their long time drummer, Ken Coomer. Next, they parted ways with their label Reprise. And finally, Jay Bennett, guitarist, keyboardist, engineer, and the man generally credited with the Beach Boys meets Big Star wall of sound from their previous album, Summerteeth, left.

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September 05, 2002
  Field hockey’s future?PDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos field hockey team has cause to be excited about this coming season,

"This is our year," trumps fifth-year player and team co-captain, Ashley Raeburn.

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September 05, 2002
  Dinos roll through season openerPDF files may take a moment to load

This past Sunday our pigskin pride, our warriors of the gridiron, our U of C Dinos were visiting Edmonton to square off against their bitter rivals--the University of Alberta Golden Bears. In the first battle of Alberta of the season, our Dinos drew first blood by defeating their opponents in the gold and green by a razor thin 28-26 margin.

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September 05, 2002
  Crash course with Lincoln BlumellPDF files may take a moment to load

The range of emotions is incredible. When quarterback Lincoln Blumell threw a record 98-yard touchdown to Jamie Elliott on the first drive of the 2001 season, the defensive players jumped around on the sidelines like a bunch of bantam kids. They were joined by the homecoming mob at McMahon Stadium, drunk with victory and jabbering about glorious destiny for the red and gold.

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September 05, 2002
  A leader comes to townPDF files may take a moment to load

Rudy Giuliani is a man who by many standards can speak with great authority on a host of issues, from adversity to humanitarianism to leadership. As Calgary's business and social elite filled a hall in the Roundup Centre on Aug. 28, 2002 they were ready to hear what promised to be an insightful speech on many fronts. As the mayor of New York during the largest and most significant terrorist attack on American soil during the country's existence, Giuliani carved out a name for himself that won't soon be forgotten.

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September 05, 2002
  Make money online, without resorting to pornPDF files may take a moment to load

Alas, the downfall of many a twentysomething making it in the urban wasteland. With the Gap, Prada and Bloomingdales beckoning the avid shopper and their Visa, it's a slippery slope into the trenches of credit card debt. For the average over-spender, this can mean hundreds, even thousands of dollars in back payments and the occasional creditor on the phone. To others, this can mean a grand total surpassing the yearly income of most university students.

September 05, 2002
  Get your BSc in Mario PartyPDF files may take a moment to load

Try and imagine life without video games. What would we do to kill time when drunk and… drunk? How else could we so effectively spend free time away from school without actually using brain cells? How else could we shoot and slaughter our friends without going to prison?

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