Tagged: Europe

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Queens are kings at the Jubilee

By Vinciane de Pape All too often, Calgary music fans are given the great disservice of experiencing a band’s half-hearted, lackluster performance. Unfortunately, sitting between the east and west coasts means that we’re usually...

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Futsal may close gap for Canadian soccer

by Jesse Hove The Reflector The fast and furious sport of futsal is becoming a popular training tool for post-secondary soccer players looking to hone their skills in a sport where the season lasts...

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10 ways to entertain yourself on campus

by Claire Miglionico Arts Editor 1. Join a club. There are tons of clubs on campus that may tickle your fancy. Take the Art History Society Club for example. You meet up with like-minded...

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Putting the ‘intern’ in international

by Sarah Kitteringham For those in programs that require internships, the thought of taking a job out of the city is either frightening or exciting. For me, it was both. As a third year bachelor...

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When studying goes oh-so right

by Reflector Staff Students know that feverish university research begins long before you set yourself down into a blue plastic chair in September. In the early years of post-secondary school, you may have spent...

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Tattoo doc sails into Calgary

Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry The Uptown Theater Thursday Aug.19 8 p.m. RSVP By Kelsey Hipkin Back in the 1920s a young sailor by the name of Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins set up shop in Oahu,...

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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...