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November 23, 2006
  Online Exclusive: Sweet revengePDF files may take a moment to load

Professional wrestling, ipod culture and Tales of Revenge in Intimate Relationships: Ruby Tuesday lectures have allowed University of Calgary professors to explore some of the more atypical topics in their academic repertoire.

Applied psychology professor Dr. Susan Boon spoke to a full house at the Siding Café in Art Central Tues., Nov. 21. She launched into her lecture, about revenge, subtitled "A Taste of Their Own Medicine," by first speaking of forgiveness.

November 23, 2006
  Women's hockey: Doubling upPDF files may take a moment to load

No matter how a game is played by both teams, a win is still a win when it's all said and done.

While it was far from their best-played game of the season, the University of Calgary Dinos women's hockey team still skated away from their Fri., Nov. 17 match versus the NAIT Ooks with a narrow 2-1 win, their second of the season.

November 23, 2006
  Sexual Awareness Week educates studentsPDF files may take a moment to load

Perogies, pornography, sex toys and an old lady talking about orgasms slid into MacEwan Student Centre during the Students' Union's third annual Sexual Awareness Week.

The week ran Nov. 27-29 and featured "Perogies and Porn," a free food and documentary screening Monday, speaker Sue Johanson Tuesday and a sexual education trade show Wednesday.

November 23, 2006
  U of A considers gender-neutral washroomsPDF files may take a moment to load

It's hard enough trying to find a washroom between classes, running cross-legged across campus, regretting that extra-large coffee, but it's harder not knowing which one to use once you get there.

For transgender or gender-ambiguous people, this is an everyday reality, and a group of students at the University of Alberta are addressing it by lobbying for the creation of gender-neutral washrooms.

November 23, 2006
  Letter: KudosPDF files may take a moment to load

[Re: "Stem cell research needed," Andrew Sedor, Nov. 16, 2006.]

I want to express my admiration for the balanced, well-written article that Andrew Sedor wrote about a recent panel discussion on the ethical issues arising in the area of stem cell research. I organized the event, so am aware of both the current issues in this area and the breadth of knowledge and wisdom that each of our three speakers brought to the table. Mr. Sedor is to be commended for capturing the essential messages of each of our speakers.

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November 23, 2006
  Food for a causePDF files may take a moment to load

This Holiday Season's spirit of giving will kick-off with the 18th annual Students' Union Holiday Food Drive, Nov. 22-24.

"This is a very important drive for the food bank," said SU vice-president external Julie Labonte. "We raise thousands of dollars [during the drive] and it helps sustain the food bank for the rest of the year, through the summer, until the following food drive."

November 23, 2006
  Editorial: Not every cookie fits the moldPDF files may take a moment to load

Students had the opportunity to learn everything they ever needed to know and more about anal beads and dildos in MacEwan Student Centre this week during Sexual Awareness Week. The week was brought to students by the Students' Union and included screenings of two documentaries about pornography, Inside Deep Throat and Not a Love Story, guest speaker Sue Johanson of Sex with Sue fame and a sexual trade show filled with vendors hawking their naughty toys.

November 23, 2006
  Online Exclusive: Men's Rugby ReviewPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos men's rugby team wrapped up their domestic season the weekend of Nov. 11 in Vancouver. Unfortunately, no rugby was played because of the rain which ruined the pitches, but that does nothing to damper the fantastic season the Dinos squad had.

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