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Tagged February 12 2015


The left must unite this spring

These are strange times in Albertan politics. The low price of oil has driven the legislature mad with panic. Danielle Smith, the once strident leader of the Wildrose, led a coup against her own party. Long-time Liberal leader Raj Sherman … Read the rest


New Music: Fall Out Boy

By Connor Sadler, February 12 2015 —

While Fall Out Boy hasn’t released any noteworthy music recently, their new album American Beauty/American Psycho reminds us why the band became a sensation in the early 2000s.

With catchy tunes that are … Read the rest


New Music: The Dodos

By Liam Harrison, February 12 2015 —

The Dodos’ new album, Individ, has the admirable quality of sounding both different and similar t0 the band’s early material.

On Carrier, the band’s last album, the syncopated compositions of Chris Reimer — … Read the rest


Haskayne Monopoly game turns sour

By Derek Baker, February 12 2015 —

The Haskayne School of Business is expecting faculty layoffs after a heated game of Monopoly turned violent last week.

The chairs of various departments in Haskayne host a board games night every Wednesday. … Read the rest


Dinos lose heartbreaker near season’s end

By Scott Strasser, February 12 2015 —

Despite a valiant last-minute push in front of more than 800 fans, the Dinos women’s basketball team fell 55–51 to the visiting University of Alberta Pandas on Feb. 5 at Pack the Jack.… Read the rest


Bears maul Dinos at Pack the Jack

By Eric Licis, February 12 2015 —

On the last home game of the season for the University of Calgary men’s basketball team, the University of Alberta Golden Bears spoiled the night with a fourth-quarter comeback, winning 76–67.

An enthusiastic … Read the rest

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