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May 31, 2007
  Campus Security hijinksPDF files may take a moment to load

Chartwells unintentionally aided small-time crime around Calgary, a student assaulted his partner when a project went wrong, and Bermuda Shorts Day came off without a hitch in the April Campus Security report.

A Chartwells van was stolen from the Dining Centre loading dock and subsequently used as a veritable battering ram, driving through the walls of various businesses in "smash and grab" break-ins throughout the city.

May 31, 2007
  Editorial: Hey, young people! Get sexing!PDF files may take a moment to load

This past week, the Canadian dollar continued its resurgence and reached its highest trading levels in over three decades. The revitalization of the Canadian economy is tied in large part to petroleum, a non-renewable resource. The continued growth of the economy is inextricably tied to a renewable one as well: children. Unfortunately, experts are fretting that Canadian women aren't producing enough babies to meet society's needs.

May 31, 2007
  An average guy with a killer hobbyPDF files may take a moment to load

In order to get through the grind of everyday life, it's important to have hobbies. Some people scrapbook or quilt while others play video games or collect Civil War artifacts. Earl Brooks has a seemingly ideal existence: a loving wife, a thriving box-manufacturing business and he's just been named Man of the Year. He also has a peculiar hobby. He kills people.

May 31, 2007
  Film Review: Rise: Blood HunterPDF files may take a moment to load

Finally, Lucy Liu has a movie to really call her own. Never mind standing alongside other gorgeous women--or otherwise, if you have Calista Flockhart in mind--Lucy Liu keeps the spotlight in Rise: Blood Hunter. But it has to be naked, or half naked, at least. That's right, Rise: Blood Hunter not only has a dodgy title, but also showcases Liu bearing at least half of her charms for 70 per cent of the movie.

May 31, 2007
  Gender and homelessnessPDF files may take a moment to load

At a time when Calgary is experiencing record numbers in homelessness, many Calgarians are concerned that we need to deal with men and women's homelessness issues separately.

A book reading of All Our Sisters, a story of homeless women across Canada by Susan Scott, took place at the University Bookstore on Mon., May 28.

Scott had written a previous book called No Fixed Address, which dealt with homelessness as a whole, and decided to take a closer look at the issues facing homeless women in particular.

May 31, 2007
  Golden Goyette gets the gigPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary has added to its already impressive list of Olympic glory with the hiring of three-time Olympic medalist in women's hockey and eight-time world champion Danielle Goyette as the new coach of the Dinos women's hockey team.

When not representing Canada in international tournaments, Goyette was a member of the Calgary Oval X-Treme in the Western Women's Hockey League since 1999. Though the prospect of coaching has never been far from her mind, the offer from the Dinos surprised her.

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