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January 24, 2008
  Hockeysaurs split home and away seriesPDF files may take a moment to load

Forwards Rebecca Niehaus, who had two goals and one assist, and Beth Nerland, with one goal and two assists, led the charge for the Dinos Thu. night, stunning the Queens and handing them their first home loss of the season.

January 24, 2008
  Dinos lose to BearsPDF files may take a moment to load

With playoffs less than a month away, the men's volleyball team hit the court twice at home to take on the number-one team in the country and Calgary's provincial rivals, the University of Alberta Golden Bears Jan. 18 and 19. Though the Bears delivered two straight losses to the Dinos, the home team took the defeats in stride.

January 24, 2008
  SU prez to miss bi-weekly meetingPDF files may take a moment to load

The Students' Union president will be excused from attending Students' Academic Assembly meetings for the rest of the semester after a narrow decision Mon., Jan. 14.

The assembly voted eight to seven in favour of excusing SU president Julie Bogle from the remaining SAA meetings.

SAA represents and promotes the academic interests of undergraduates, meets weekly Mondays at 5:45 p.m. and is comprised of the SU's vice-president academic, president, four academic commissioners and 13 faculty representatives.

January 24, 2008
  A thirst for urban growthPDF files may take a moment to load

Water scarcity is quickly becoming one of the top issues in the Calgary region. As growth in and around Calgary continues to sprawl across the region over the coming decades, so too will problems with greenhouse gas emissions, the dwindling of water sources and social isolation.

"We often neglect to look at the environmental and particularly the air pollution impact of our land use planning," said University of Calgary urban studies director Dr. Byron Miller.

January 24, 2008
  Dinos relay racers push track team towards winPDF files may take a moment to load

At 9:27 p.m. on Fri., Jan. 18, opening night of the University of Edmonton's Golden Bear Open track meet, the relay batons were missing. Dinos head coach Doug Lamont was confident that, once the batons turned up, the relay teams would put in strong performances. His confidence translated into domination by all four Dinos relay teams over the next 22 hours.

January 24, 2008
  Rez buildings raise maintenance queriesPDF files may take a moment to load

In an era of economic boom, the University of Calgary is finding itself in a dire situation. No, the university is not going to close its doors, but major repairs and renovations are needed on residence buildings­--and five may be too far gone. The residence buildings are only a small portion of the estimated $360 million in deferred maintenance required around campus.

January 24, 2008
  Editorial: University must upgrade rez buildingsPDF files may take a moment to load

The search for a first car can be quite daunting. The first choice is always whether to buy a shiny new vehicle that can be regarded as a kind of necessary investment for long-term use or a beater that may or may not need a bit of work sometime down the road. While a fresh interior with an absence of funky odors is always good, a clunker will often be enough to get you around most days.

January 24, 2008
  Looking up Classified materialPDF files may take a moment to load

Think of all the major players of the hip-hop and rap game: Those hat trickin' players who not only rap but produce as well, doing so under their own record labels. Easily the first to come to mind is the godfather, Dr. Dre with Aftermath Records, which catapulted Eminem into stardom and subsequently snatched up Shady Records. The dynamic duo and their record-breaking labels then tag-teamed the "Get Rich or Die Trying" gat slangin' gangsta, 50 Cent.


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