Students will vote again on the U-Pass in the upcoming Students’ Union General Election. Students will decide whether or not to continue the program at $60 per term for 2004/05, with $2 increments for two years for a total term of three years. Calgary Transit Business Analyst David MacDonald thinks the agreement is very comparable… Continue reading Have your say on the U-Pass
A man has recently been apprehended and charged in connection with incidents that occurred last semester at the University of Calgary. Lester George, a 32-year-old Calgarian, was taken into police custody Dec. 8 and charged with two counts of unlawful confinement. George was arrested by Calgary Police Services after Calgary Crime- stoppers received tips from… Continue reading Assault suspect arrested
The University of Calgary’s law school recently received top honours from Canadian legal magazine Canadian Lawyer. Canadian Lawyer annually reviews different Canadian law schools. In this year’s review, Calgary boasted a B+ mark and was recommended by 100 per cent of alumni interviewed for the article. "We’re glad to see that past students have benefited… Continue reading U of C #1 in lawyers
November seemed to be full of accidents on campus. They ranged from scrapes to broken bones and almost all were sent to hospital. At the Olympic Oval, a recreational speed skater fell and broke his hip. Another accident occurred in this building, where a 92-year-old woman missed a three-inch drop-off of a platform and fell… Continue reading November brings accidents to U of C
Students will be given a unique opportunity to explore Can- adian culture this semester, as the Canadian Club prepares to open a new chapter at the University of Calgary. The internationally respected organization, which has been dedicated to the promotion of Canadian identity and unity for 117 years, is coming to campus to raise participation… Continue reading Join our club, eh?