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EJ Liann • Emily Macphail • Jesse Cheung

May 22, 2014
  Dinos duo go proPDF files may take a moment to load

Coming off a perfect 8–0 season, two members of the Calgary Dinos were chosen to play pro in the 2014 CFL draft. Kicker Johnny Mark was drafted in the third round to the Saskatchewan Roughriders and fullback Mac Sarro went to the Montreal Alouettes in the seventh.

May 22, 2014
  When racism spills onto the pitchPDF files may take a moment to load

During a soccer match in 1981, fans of Millwall Football club referenced the racially motivated attacks of black youths in the New Crosshouse fire to create a sporting chant. Fast forward thirty years, and racism in soccer has remained just as prevalent.

May 22, 2014
  Acoustic Guitar Project challenges local musicians' songwriting skillsPDF files may take a moment to load

Gallery House Concerts is challenging 10 local musicians to get back to the basics of song writing with the Acoustic Guitar Project.

For the project, each participant gets seven days with a guitar to compose an original song, sign the guitar, then pass it along to the next artist.

Founded in 2012 by Dave Adams, the project was created as a way to re-connect musicians with what inspired them to start writing music.

May 22, 2014
  How to make the perfect Old FashionedPDF files may take a moment to load

The final season of Mad Men will be split into two parts, with the first half of finale airing on May 27. This means that fans will have to wait until next summer to finish Don Draper’s story. To get your Mad Men fix over the summer, here’s a how-to guide on making the ad exec’s favourite cocktail: the Old Fashioned.

What you need:
Highball or rocks glass
Your favourite whiskey
(rye or bourbon)
Angostura bitters
1 sugar cube
1 orange
1 maraschino cherry
1 oz. shot glass
A muddler

May 22, 2014
  The Black KeysPDF files may take a moment to load

Turn Blue marks the Black Keys’ eighth studio album and sees the duo continue to grow.

The psychedelic album cover and psych-rock soul reflect the style of co-producer Danger Mouse. This is the band’s fourth collaboration with the producer, known for his work with Jay-Z, Gorillaz and Beck.

With morose lyrics and a tempo slower than 2011’s El Camino, the album not only echoes my previous time wasted in a relationship, but also guitarist Dan Auerbach’s recently failed marriage.


May 22, 2014
  Michael JacksonPDF files may take a moment to load

The reception for Michael Jackson’s second posthumous album Xscape has been mixed. Some feel MJ would approve, while others, like Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, call it “bullshit.” Releasing posthumous work is tricky. It’s great to hear new music from a deceased musician, but it’s never entirely their music.


May 22, 2014
  Broken City celebrates 10 years of musicPDF files may take a moment to load

From May 22–30, Broken City will host bands from across the country for its week-long 10th anniversary party.

Alan Lindsay, who books events for the venue, is set to celebrate Broken City’s success and the people who helped along the way.

“Broken City has been a big part of Calgary’s music and art scene over the last 10 years,” says Lindsay. “We’ve seen a lot of regulars come and a lot of regulars go. We’ve got different genres of music every night so that everyone will have something they want to listen to.”

May 22, 2014
  Close to Modern more than just a record label PDF files may take a moment to load

Close To Modern is a project that links music, art and community under the guise of a record label. Featuring Calgary electronic mainstays such as Sanctums, Beach Season and Sergio Levels, the label has 18 releases to date.

Though they mostly focus on electronic music, recent releases include rap, hip-hop and soul acts.

May 22, 2014
  Faculty Wars to be replaced by mental-health event PDF files may take a moment to load

Gone are the days when Arts students could release their pent up rage against the faculty of engineering in a cutthroat game of dodgeball.

A sort of university war-games that pitted faculty against faculty in competitive dodgeball, Faculty Wars will be replaced this year by an unannounced event.

Faculty Wars was started four years ago by then vice-president student life Matt Diteljan, but has dwindled in popularity since its first year.


May 22, 2014
  New student- athelete awards offered by administration PDF files may take a moment to load

Dinos players now have more to play for after the University of Calgary announced the new Dinos Athletic Excellence Award program for the 2014–15 academic year.

The new program will invest up to $250,000 in athletic scholarships. Combined with the Jimmie Condon scholarship, the Dinos will distribute up to $1.5 million in athletic scholarships every year.



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