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June 14, 2007
  Canada's only running clinic at U of CPDF files may take a moment to load

University of Calgary runners can look forward to special treatment as the first running-specific clinic in the country opened up on campus last week.

The Running Injury Clinic moved from its previous location in the city to the U of C on Tue., Jun. 5. The clinic, which specializes in pain associated with running and walking, is expected to be a boost for the university because of it's focus on running injuries and close proximity to athletes.

June 14, 2007
  Ultra-science is ultra-coolPDF files may take a moment to load

Science experts travelled to Calgary for a meeting of minds, atoms and lasers at the 38th annual meeting of the Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics of the American Physical Society Jun. 5-9.

June 14, 2007
  Editorial: Canadian Cancer Society too hastyPDF files may take a moment to load

Immediately following the release of a Nebraskan study focused on post-menopausal women, vitamin D supplement sales have seen a hysterical increase, leaving most retailers backordered for higher-dosage bottles.

June 14, 2007
  Is the new NHL like new Coke?PDF files may take a moment to load

Now that the dust has settled, the 2007 Stanley Cup playoffs are likely to go down in history as the most boring and anticlimactic of the past decade. When compared to the two previous playoffs, the differences easily point out the flaws emerging in the new NHL.

June 14, 2007
  Upright and locked positionsPDF files may take a moment to load

Aviophobia, fear of flying, is a common psychological problem that afflicts many people. Approximately 10 to 40 per cent of travelers have some sort of related phobia. In Flight Safety's front man, John Mullane, shares this fear.

"Every time we take off John turns green," explains the band's drummer Glen Nicholson. "Every time we land he's blue in the face."

June 14, 2007
  Producer brings us behind the musicPDF files may take a moment to load

The name Ken Scott might not mean much to casual fans of classic rock, but his resume is one of the most polished in the business. Getting his start in the music industry as a 16-year-old at the now-legendary Abbey Road studios, Scott worked his way out of the tape libraries and into the realm of rock and roll legend.

June 14, 2007
  Community children cheerily came to campusPDF files may take a moment to load

The 5th annual Campus Fair attracted between 8-10 thousand Calgarian children and family members for an afternoon of fun and learning on the University of Calgary campus Sat., Jun. 9.

Organizers of the university's large-scale open house invited the Calgary community to campus and featured 70 interactive exhibits, a free barbeque for the first 5,000 visitors, music and child-focused entertainment, including dancing, music and face painting.

June 14, 2007
  Liberals win Ralph's ridingPDF files may take a moment to load

Not long after King Ralph's reign ended, his throne was reupholstered red.

Alberta Liberal candidate Craig Cheffin was elected in the former premier's riding of Calgary-Elbow as a result of the provincial by-election Tue., Jun. 12. A notoriously conservative riding--since its creation it's only been held by a conservative--the switch is significant but not shocking.

Dominant issues throughout the campaign were healthcare, infrastructure, and education.

June 14, 2007
  Enviro-friends get honoured with an EmeraldPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary’s Solar Team was one of the 14 recipients recognized for their environmentally friendly achievements at the 16th annual Emerald Awards on Wed., Jun. 6.

The awards—given out by the Alberta Emerald Foundation­—honoured individuals and organizations that made outstanding commitments to the preservation,
protection, enhancement or sustainability of the environment. Alberta Emerald Foundation
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