Tagged: career

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Internet falls short in student job search

by Sean-Paul Boynton The Reflector The moment you’ve been waiting for is almost here: the completion of your schooling and the opportunity to celebrate your graduation. But after the champagne stops flowing and the...

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Sports hall of fame welcomes class of 2010

by Blaine Meller A Stanley Cup-winning goaltender and four gold medalwinning Olympian are among the new inductees into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. For the first time since 1987, Calgary – the new permanent...

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Double-dose of history?

by Blaine Meller There’s an old adage in sport: records are meant to be broken. It would seem Gillian Doubleday has heard this as well. Doubleday, playing for the Cougars Women’s Soccer team, has already...

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Golden Goal or Super Summit?

by Blaine Meller Thirty-eight years ago, legendary broadcaster Foster Hewitt uttered a phrase that, to this day, remains one of the true defining moments in Canadian sports history. “They score! Henderson has scored for Canada!”...

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Former Vipers pitcher calls it quits

by Blaine Meller The man they call Sarge has called it a career. After an injury-riddled season split between the Calgary Vipers and Victoria Seals, pitcher Joe Sergent announced his retirement after 11 seasons in...

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Legacy lives on

By Josh Naud If you’ve ever taken a trip around the track, or been to the gym for any reason, you’ve seen his name in giant letters across the wall: Kenyon Court. The legendary...

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Students hard up for jobs

By Devin Ayotte With student unemployment rates finally coming down from their highest levels in decades, the search for both part-time and summer employment has been frustrating for many. “It’s become highly specialized,” said...

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Virgin Fest: Not so secret anymore

Any up-and-coming band will tell you that giving into the frustration of a career lacking success comes all to easy. Constant disappointment can seemingly warrant a band’s decision to quit. However, according to Secret...