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October 03, 2002
  Pending military action against IraqPDF files may take a moment to load

According to the media, we will soon be at war with Iraq, again. When I say we, I mean the West, of which Canada is a member. Many of the players are the same, Saddam Hussein, Dick Cheney, Colin Powell, and a George Bush. While Saddam's recent overtures to the United Nations suggest he will allow weapons inspectors in order to avoid another war, the present American regime is, with all apologies to Judas Priest, hell bent for leather on invading Iraq and ridding the world of Saddam once and for all.

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October 03, 2002
  Fortune is Belgian, God eats wafflesPDF files may take a moment to load

The history of Belgian soccer is riddled with great names like Jean-Marie Pfaff, Marc Wilmots and the cruel King Leopold II. The Belgians terrorize their opponents with laser-like precision, no doubt a by-product of indoctrination by their ruthless diamond-cutting industrial complex.

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October 03, 2002
  Paul E. Lopes PDF files may take a moment to load

A DJ is an instrumentalist--one crate of records, a set of turntables, and a whole lot of dexterous juggling creates the dance floor groove. Pinning down the definition of a true DJ is Toronto-based veteran Paul E. Lopes who will bless Calgary with some funkadelic

beats alongside De La Soul and Ivana Santilli on Oct. 8 at Coyotes Nightclub.

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October 03, 2002
  Student thoughts welcomePDF files may take a moment to load

In a nearly unanimous decision, the Students' Legislative Council decided to re-implement the discontinued Thought Swap Forum Tue., Oct. 1. Established in the fall of 2001, the forums were an on-line meeting place for university students to share thoughts, concerns, criticisms and questions regarding the activities of the Students' Union.

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October 03, 2002
  SU by-elections next weekPDF files may take a moment to load

It will be business as usual when the Students' Union runs its by-election from Oct. 9-11.

"A great deal of preparation has been going into this election," said Chief Returning Officer Shuvaloy Majumdar. "It's been meeting after meeting after meeting."

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October 03, 2002
  New A+ grading system still needs workPDF files may take a moment to load

A month into the school year, even before an A+ course grade has been handed out, a number of issues with the new system have been identified.

Students' Union Vice-President Rosie Nagra believes a significant issue is the consistency of the A+ grade use throughout the University of Calgary.

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