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January 15, 2004
  Equal salaries?PDF files may take a moment to load

Are men and women treated equally at the University of Calgary? A current study might help answer this question.

The Faculty Salary Equity Project is attempting to shed light on gender equality amongst faculty.

"It's been in the works for awhile," explained Dr. Jean Wallace, a Social Sciences professor. "We're still getting the data together."

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January 15, 2004
  Assault suspect arrestedPDF files may take a moment to load

A man has recently been apprehended and charged in connection with incidents that occurred last semester at the University of Calgary.

Lester George, a 32-year-old Calgarian, was taken into police custody Dec. 8 and charged with two counts of unlawful confinement.

George was arrested by Calgary Police Services after Calgary Crime- stoppers received tips from people who saw the composite drawing of the offender which was released to the media shortly after the assaults.

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January 15, 2004
  U of C #1 in lawyersPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary's law school recently received top honours from Canadian legal magazine Canadian Lawyer.

Canadian Lawyer annually reviews different Canadian law schools. In this year's review, Calgary boasted a B+ mark and was recommended by 100 per cent of alumni interviewed for the article.

"We're glad to see that past students have benefited from their education here," said Faculty of Law Dean Dr. Patricia Hughes.

January 15, 2004
  November brings accidents to U of CPDF files may take a moment to load

November seemed to be full of accidents on campus. They ranged from scrapes to broken bones and almost all were sent to hospital.

At the Olympic Oval, a recreational speed skater fell and broke his hip. Another accident occurred in this building, where a 92-year-old woman missed a three-inch drop-off of a platform and fell on her face. Campus Security Officer Matt Firmston said the woman remained in good spirits as she immediately sat up and laughed. Luckily, she only broke her nose and scratched up her face.

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January 15, 2004
  Join our club, eh?PDF files may take a moment to load

Students will be given a unique opportunity to explore Can- adian culture this semester, as the Canadian Club prepares to open a new chapter at the University of Calgary.

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