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March 20, 2003
  Tuition fearPDF files may take a moment to load

Crickets, climbing walls, and happy meals. What do they all have in common? They were all part of the Students' Union's Tuition Fear Factor held Tue., Mar. 19 in front of MacEwan Hall.

SU Commissioner Richard "Krafty" Bergen hosted the event, and was pleased with the outcome.

"It was our first time doing something like this so there were a few bugs we had to work out," he said. "All in all, I was impressed with how well it went."

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March 20, 2003
  Our own Tent CityPDF files may take a moment to load

"It's the new hippie movement."

Students' Union President Matt Stambaugh proudly eyed just one corner of his temporary kingdom in front of MacEwan Student Centre as he described the almost one-hundred tents erected since Monday.

Students from almost every faculty united against proposed tuition increases in the soggy pre-spring bog.

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March 20, 2003
  Good to hearPDF files may take a moment to load

If one word could be used to sum up the track team's performance at the CIS Championships it would be a resounding "good."

"We did good, we are really happy with our performance," said Head Coach Doug Lamont. "The women placed second with 48 points, that was better than the expected 43 points. We just came up short against a stronger Saskatchewan team."

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March 20, 2003
  RSA gets flamedPDF files may take a moment to load

Relationships are on the line as the Residence Students' Association and the Calgary Flames try to resolve a ticket sales misunderstanding.

March 20, 2003
  Canadians have reason to thank prime ministerPDF files may take a moment to load

Many Canadians owe 'thank yous' to Prime Minister Jean Chretien for not going to war. With one firm speech when it mattered most, he maintained Canada's diminishing status as a principled nation.

March 20, 2003
  Lighthearted thoughts on fighting tuitionPDF files may take a moment to load

My fellow citizens, events at the University of Calgary have now reached the final days of decision. For more than a decade, students and other interested parties have pursued patient and honourable efforts to disarm the Albertan Progressive Conservative regime with tent cities and Tuition Fear Factor. We have gotten nowhere. Instead, we have had a deliberate ten-year period of shafting students since 1993.

March 20, 2003
  Dig Your Roots, VariousPDF files may take a moment to load

Well, here it is.  Proof that to make quality hip-hop, you don't need to hail from New York, Long Beach or even Toronto.  Composed of entirely independent Canadian artists, this disc fires track after track of original style that will satisfy any fan of hip-hop.  Further to its credit, Dig Your Roots  features artists from Halifax to Vancouver, and many places in between, including Hobbema, Winnipeg, and Edmonton.  The Goods and Josh Martinez both contribute standout tracks on this great collection, as do all the artists, but Warparty d

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