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School’s out for summer

by Jamie Witham School is out soon and that means summer leagues and activities are here and they’re filling up fast.  For popular sports like ultimate frisbee and dodgeball, registering early can mean the...

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History repeating

by Blaine Meller There’s an old saying: making history is easy, repeating it is the hard part. Such is the challenge facing the Calgary Vipers. When the Vipers captured the 2009 Golden Baseball League title...

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Students ply trades in the real world

by Catherine Szabo & Devin Ayotte Geeking up the magazine business A group of students in Mount Royal’s journalism and electronic publishing programs will be premiering the first edition of their new magazine this...

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Civic election should fascinate students

by Zoey Duncan Municipal politics may not strike most Calgarians as riveting or glamorous, but the approach of the 2010 civic election is already highly anticipated by some. Participation in the municipal election is...

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Actively slacking

by Zoey Duncan Slacktivism: it’s not in most dictionaries but the more vernacularly inclined Urban Dictionary defines it as, “The act of participating in obviously pointless activities as an expedient alternative to actually expending...

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Chickens on the way…maybe

by Zoey Duncan Clucking, pooping, flapping, and laying, the humble chicken is popping up in a few Calgary backyards despite a bylaw that orders otherwise. The Canadian Liberated Urban Chicken Klub (CLUCK) has been...

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Memorial march honours dead and missing women

by Kelsey Hipkin Bringing attention to and honouring the thousands of women either killed or missing in Canada, the second annual Valentine’s Day Women’s Memorial March will take place on Feb.14. The walk, which...