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October 09, 2003
  A trip to New ZealandPDF files may take a moment to load

I was so lucky to have first met Brian while working at Canada Olympic Park as a Sport Camp Director, embarking in such activities as mountain biking and everything one could imagine.

He loved the kids and the kids LOVED him. He was always such a joker, full of life, love and laughter.

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October 09, 2003
  Students rememberPDF files may take a moment to load

The first person I met at University (as a terrified U of C 101 student), Brian left a deep lasting impression. Both Brian and Joah were hilarious, hard-working, fun-loving and involved. Many of us can say that we cried just as much two nights ago, as we laughed the first day we met them.

On behalf of the students of the Faculty of Social Sciences, I'd like to offer my deepest sympathies to Brian and Joah's families, friends and all of the lucky people whose lives they touched.

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October 09, 2003
  Rugby teams rememberPDF files may take a moment to load

Two people who no one can ever forget... the memories they left with all of us will be everlasting.

Brian was a fierce warrior on the field and fought with his heart...off the field it was his heart that made him such a brilliant person. Joah, like Brian, had a heart that could only love...it was made of gold, and it was her smile that we'll miss the most. Her energetic smile and his mellow and relaxed take on life could teach us all about what is really important.

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October 09, 2003
  A faculty remembersPDF files may take a moment to load

On behalf of the students of the Faculty of Communication and Culture, I would like to extend my sympathy to the families of both Brian and Joah. Joah had been a student in our faculty and just like her fellow classmates contributed to making it a positive, invigorating, and energetic environment. I am sure all her classmates and professors will miss her deeply. Our thoughts and prayers go out to friends and family of both students.

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October 09, 2003
  A phenomenonPDF files may take a moment to load

Brian was not so much a man, as he was a phenomenon. Anyone who knew him will most likely agree with this description, and I think he would be quite proud of it. After all, this is the man who once wrote a paper comparing the teachings of an Indian religious thinker with Ricky Martin-and received an a.

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October 09, 2003
  Always togetherPDF files may take a moment to load

How can I possibly put into words how much Joah and Brian have meant to me, and have affected my life? The joy and enthusiasm these two brought to everything they did was absolutely incredible.

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October 09, 2003
  Smile and determinationPDF files may take a moment to load

Joah charged-and I say charged because she never did anything half-hearted-into my life in my second year of university.

My first memories of Joah are of her red hair, huge smile and determined attitude. Many a night was spent in the gym running beep tests together. I remember her asking our coach Jenny to help her with her fitness so she could play Rep Rugby for British Columbia in the summer. That's just the kind of girl Joah was, covering all her bases to make sure she did the best possible job.

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October 09, 2003
  PilatePDF files may take a moment to load

There are a lot of negative things I could say about this album. The easiest thing would be giving it a bad review and moving on, except for one little problem: it isn't bad. Despite all their flaws, Pilate (who will be supporting The Dears Fri., Oct. 24 at SAIT) managed to create an entirely pleasing record.

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October 09, 2003
  The Chemical Brothers PDF files may take a moment to load

Winter is just around the corner, and it's hard not to be nostalgic, even a little sentimental, as we see leaves falling and search our closets for thermal pyjamas. Just as fall makes us think back to the summer we just enjoyed, The Chemical Brothers' Singles 93-03 by takes me back, way back, to junior high and high school when music was a drug and I was on it.

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October 09, 2003
  Saves The Day PDF files may take a moment to load

When I went to pick up Saves The Day's In Reverie, I thought that I knew what to expect.

Boy, was I wrong.

I'm not saying I don't like it, but their new album has a sound I was not expecting from this New Jersey-based emo band, especially since they recently added Face to Face drummer Pete Parada.

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