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April 02, 2009
  Online Only - Russian towns defy scholarly projectionsPDF files may take a moment to load

University of British Columbia political science assistant professor Dr. Lisa McIntosh Sundstrum appeared on campus on Tuesday as a part of a political science speaker series.

McIntosh Sundstrum delivered a preliminary version of her research findings to 11 graduate students and faculty members on Western Aid and State-Society relations in Russia.

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April 02, 2009
  Alberta's smallest Dino not a very good b-ballerPDF files may take a moment to load

In the land before time, a small carnivorous dinosaur named Hesperonychus elizabethae lived in Alberta and was known as a terror despite its small size. Seventy-five million years later, University of Calgary researcher Nicholas Longrich discovered the remains of North America's smallest known prehistoric carnivore thanks to some luck.

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April 02, 2009
  BSD finally has a homePDF files may take a moment to load

Students may need to look at their campus maps to find the new location for Bermuda Shorts Day this year. The Students' Union announced the event will be held in Lot 32 on the corner of Crowchild Trail and 24th Ave.

The traditional spot in front of MacEwan Student Centre is overrun by construction for the Taylor Family Library, so efforts began last year to find a new location for the big event.

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April 02, 2009
  4 Nights 4 the HomelessPDF files may take a moment to load

Three of my classmates and I are teaming up to join the fight against homelessness on Calgary's streets.

Our group, 4 Nights 4 the Homeless, started out as a project in our international literature class, but has since evolved into a fundraiser for the city's homeless community. By camping out for four days and nights on campus while inviting passersbys to join us, we're aiming to encourage people to experience the homeless lifestyle.

April 02, 2009
  100 shows fill That Empty SpacePDF files may take a moment to load

One of Calgary's best venues is right under University of Calgary students' noses. From national luminaries like Cadence Weapon and Great Lake Swimmers to local scene stalwarts like Lorrie Matheson, That Empty Space has showcased some of the best music in the country. It's also become a regular Friday afternoon community.

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April 02, 2009
  Politics after the purge?PDF files may take a moment to load

Julius Caesar was a polarizing figure, renowned by some but reviled by others. After surviving many attacks by Rome's enemies on the battlefield and serving several terms as consul, Caesar was struck down by a conspiracy and assassinated in the Roman senate.

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