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December 06, 2007
  Dinos Report Card: footballPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent: This year's Dinos football team, like last year, was young, but there was no shortage of talent, unpolished as it may be have been. Runningback Anthony Woodson, who had a great rookie year that was perhaps overshadowed due to quarterback Dalin Tollestrup's outstanding '06 season, was superb in his sophomore run, picking up a Canada West rushing title with 1181 yards and six touchdowns--nearly 500 yards ahead of the second-place 'back, Matt Walter, a rookie Dino.

December 06, 2007
  Dinos Report Card: women's soccerPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent: The team's roster was full with strong players, including, Morena Ianniello, who ended the season with eight points, Katie Blundell, finishing with six points, and goalkeeper Alana Knowles.

Effort: The girls gave it their all, maintaining a chance at playoffs all season, though it was just out of their reach.

December 06, 2007
  Dinos Report Card: men's soccerPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent: The team was plagued with a large number of rookie-related blunders that seemed to keep them from organizing a cohesive winning strategy. Fifth-years Brian McDonnell and Matthew Deeprose demonstrated the team's most noticeable strengths, keeping some balls out of the net and leading successful offensive attempts, respectively.

December 06, 2007
  Dinos Report Card: field hockeyPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent: Fielding another crop of rookie-heavy girls, the field hockeysaurs had the short end of the stick when it came to experienced players. There were some shining stars on the roster, like fourth-year player Kaelyn Barrie and stand-out rookie Jenn Hosfield who were both out from injuries for several games.

Effort: Though the team didn't finish well in terms of standings, it surely wasn't for lack of trying.

December 06, 2007
  Dinos hockeysaurs lose momentum with loss against GriffinsPDF files may take a moment to load

Riding a season-best, four-game winning streak into their last contest before exams and Christmas break, the University of Calgary Dinos women's hockey team had high hopes about continuing their winning ways and finishing off the first half of their season with another "W." However, things didn't go according to plan as the 'saurs were outplayed by their opponents, the Grant MacEwan College Griffins, for the majority of the game and wound up on the wrong side of a close 2-1 shootout in their only action this past weekend.

December 06, 2007
  Dinos basketballers totally dominatePDF files may take a moment to load

A mumps-free University of Calgary Dinos men's basketball squad swept their series against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies this weekend. The pair of victories improves the Dinos winning streak to six games and gives them a four-point lead over the University of Alberta Golden Bears for top spot in the Central division of Canada West.

It took a time-out pep talk from head coach Dan Vanhooren to get the team out of their early game rut. After refocusing, the team regained momentum.

December 06, 2007
  SU commissioners discuss pay raisesPDF files may take a moment to load

Is it time for more bucks for the Students' Union bang?

The SU is looking at their policy for paying commissioners. Under review is the maximum honorarium each commissioner can be paid per month and the policy for reduced compensation for late reports. Currently, commissioners can be paid an honorarium of up to $400 per month and, if the commissioners' monthly reports are late, they receive no honorarium.

December 06, 2007
  Shelter opensPDF files may take a moment to load

There are over 3,400 people without homes in Calgary. The number comes from a 2006 census taken by Homeless Awareness Calgary and the number is now thought to be closer to 4,000. The Mustard Seed Street Ministry opened the doors of its brand new shelter to hundreds of homeless as the temperatures dipped Mon., Nov. 19.

December 06, 2007
  Essential items... according to Ron FrankPDF files may take a moment to load

Though the Gauntlet discourages anyone who wants to live on campus, if you have to, you don't want to come to campus unprepared for what you'll face over the coming semester. Here's a list of essential items from our homeless student expert, Ron Frank.

"There's things you need to have," Frank says.

Travel pillow


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