2004-12-09

    
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December 09, 2004
  Sexual Secrets 101: The World of ToysPDF files may take a moment to load

Enter scene. To the left, two women tempting passers by to spin a "naughty" wheel to win a prize. To the right, a woman dressed in a scantily clad leather ensemble demonstrating how to use a whip to intensify arousal. Individuals stare, simultaneously consumed with interest and nervousness. Directly ahead, a stage with dancers and models. An adult fashion show ensues. The setting--Taboo: The Naughty but Nice Sex Show.

7:45 p.m.: a sign reads 'please take your seats'. Above it in black felt is 'Sex Toys 101´.

December 09, 2004
  Fall 2004 in ReviewPDF files may take a moment to load

AUGUST

I'll have some privatization with that

Food services at the University of Calgary could soon be private.

In early August, Student Academic Services held a series of student focus group sessions to obtain the input of student experiences with the quality of Campus Food Services. This survey included their experiences at Smash Hit Subs, the Dining Center and Beny's.

December 09, 2004
  Equal funding?PDF files may take a moment to load

"The fact that in a rich province there should be any deficit at all from the provincial grant is already very serious and scandalous."

December 09, 2004
  A contest of skill and judgementPDF files may take a moment to load

It's that time of year again: time to dump off all the swag the Gauntlet been slowly accumulating since September in the timliest manner possible. And what manner is more timely than to launch a contest with awesome prizes to be won, tied to a brainbending and expansive activities page?

December 09, 2004
  Basketballers make narrow escapePDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos men's basketball team traveled far and away to the University of Alberta Dec. 3-4, hoping to take a pair of wins from the Golden Bears. However, the men ended up playing fair and shared the wins with the Bears instead. The Bears took the win on Friday with a score of 82-76, and the Dinos narrowly took their win Saturday, 79-77.

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December 09, 2004
  SU Review: VP Op-FiPDF files may take a moment to load

The VP Operations and Finance ensures the facilities and businesses of the Students' Union are run well. This includes building maintenance and redevelopment, providing clubs with offices, and ensuring that the SU student and retail partners are well cared for. Many administrative items, such as the budget, travel and conference funding, bylaws and elections are also the responsibility of the portfolio.

'Greg Clayton

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December 09, 2004
  SU Review: VP EventsPDF files may take a moment to load

An ideal VP Events attends to the recreational lives of students on campus and the community. Arranging and promoting Bermuda Shorts Day, concerts, performances and other activities during the academic year is a large part of the portfolio. Other less event-related aspects include Safewalk and relations with residence students and other on-campus groups.

Alex Vyskocil

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December 09, 2004
  SU Review: VP ExternalPDF files may take a moment to load

The VP External should be one of two faces, along with the president, of the Students' Union in the community. Representing University of Calgary students to local, provincial and federal governments and organizations is a primary responsibility. In addition, the VP External is required to effectively communicate with students and external entities about the objectives of the SU.

Mike Bosch

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December 09, 2004
  SU Review: VP AcademicPDF files may take a moment to load

Academic issues are at the heart of this portfolio, which encompasses everything from scholarships to university programs. The VP Academic must lead members of the Students' Academic Assembly in representing students at the General Faculties Council, and in developing policy regarding students' academic lives. In addition, the VP Academic must ensure that students who seek assistance from the SU on academic matters receive the help they need.

Laura Schultz

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