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November 09, 2006
  Women's Soccer: Dinos deep-sixedPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos women's soccer team traveled to the abrasive city of Regina Thur., Nov. 2 to defend their title as Canada West's top squad. However, winning the title in the Reg' proved more difficult than it was on their home turf in 2005.

November 09, 2006
  Swimming: Dinos succeed in season kick-offPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos swim team split their team for two events Nov. 3-5. Selecting their best for all the events, the Dinos sent an A team to Vancouver to compete against the University of British Columbia in the College's Cup, an invitational meet. The University of Washington, University of Victoria, Simon Fraser University, and Oregon State also participated. Meanwhile, the B team stayed at home and took part in the Dinos Invitational.

November 09, 2006
  T-Birds hunt DinosPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary men's volleyball team had an awful weekend as the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds ran right over the Dinos in two straight losses at the Jack Simpson Gym.

November 09, 2006
  The running of the bullsPDF files may take a moment to load

The Universite de Laval will welcome Canada's best 250-or-so university male and female runners to the historic Plains of Abraham Sat., Nov. 11.

The first five finishers from each school have their placings added together to determine team scores, with the lowest total winning.

From the desks of student newspapers across the country, here's a look at what to expect from some of the top teams and individuals, organized by conference:

CANADA WEST

Calgary Dinos

November 09, 2006
  Men's Soccer: Dinos outPDF files may take a moment to load

The toughest soccer division in Canadian Interuniversity Sport had their playoffs Nov. 4-5 in Edmonton, and the University of Calgary Dinos men's team earned their spot after a grueling season.

The Dinos opened the weekend Saturday with a 1-0 upset over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, and then ended their weekend with a disappointing 4-1 loss at the hands of the Trinity Western University Spartans.

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November 09, 2006
  This Week On The Internet: How not to break the Internet, Pt. 1PDF files may take a moment to load

Anyone who has any knowledge of technology dreads the inevitable phone-call, whether it's from a friend, relative, or complete stranger: "Hey, uh... Could you come fix my computer? The Internet... it's... uh... broken..." We've all been there, whether it be getting an urgent phone-call at

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November 09, 2006
  Weird name, weird cartoonPDF files may take a moment to load

One of the most bizarrely named festivals ever to exist is celebrating its second birthday. The Giant Incandescent Resonating Animation Festival, better known by its less cumbersome acronym, GIRAF, is the brainchild of ACAD student Brandon Blommaert. Blommaert felt Calgary was lacking a venue to showcase the world of animation, in particular the realm of independent animation. For most people, animation is defined by Saturday morning cartoons and slick computer graphics in the latest summer blockbuster.

November 09, 2006
  DVD Review: AcceptedPDF files may take a moment to load

Sometimes being a slacker can have its perks. Though there are obvious flaws with being lazy, what with the failure and inevitable weight-gain, during lengthy periods of lethargy slackers have been known to concoct ingenious plans to fix the messes they have gotten themselves into. In Accepted, Bartleby Gaines opens up his own post-secondary institute to do just that.

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