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March 18, 2004
  Sweet monkey lovin'PDF files may take a moment to load

Looking for cartoony monkey love? Does the primal ritual of water-spitting turn you on? Do you often retreat to yoga to relax after a long day of debauchery and unsuccessful pick-up lines aimed at co-workers?

Then you should feel right at home at Lunchbox Theatre's presentation of Nicole Zylstra's Monkey Business, where a day in the jungle can bring the monkey-barrel-filling fun without even mentioning the word "banana."

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March 18, 2004
  Who's stealing these?PDF files may take a moment to load

Disappearing pop cans are becoming a concern for the University of Calgary Campus Recycling Board.

According to Campus Security, while homeless people are responsible for the majority of the thefts, external students, staff and the working poor have been caught as well. The CRB depends on the cans for a large portion of their budget. Any recyclable containers inside the designated bins are property of the CRB.

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March 18, 2004
  The horrors of RwandaPDF files may take a moment to load

The commander of the United Nations mission in Rwanda during the 1994 Rwandan genocide is on a new mission.

Lieutenant-General (retired) Romeo Dallaire is speaking to the public about his experiences to increase awareness of the impact of war on children.

Interested Calgarians packed the auditorium of the W.R. Castell Central Library to capacity Wed., Mar. 10, with supporters sitting on the floor for a chance to hear Lt.-Gen. Dallaire speak. His presentation began with a standing ovation.

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March 18, 2004
  Mermaid breasts making wavesPDF files may take a moment to load

The rough outline had barely been sketched onto the wall when the Students' Union began hearing complaints.

The SU, in a bid to spruce up the walk from MacEwan Student Centre to Science Theatres, hired two volunteer painters to create a colourful mural on the link's barren walls. The vibrant mural, yet to be completed, has already been criticized by some for its depiction of a busty and scantily-clad mermaid. The SU received three complaints within a week at the beginning of March.

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