The brief world of sports

Win, win, win The Dinos women’s hockey team must’ve taken a cue from the chant used to inspire the evil Hawks in the classic Disney movie the Mighty Ducks, and picked up their fourth win of the season Sun., Nov. 26. The Dinos were led by stellar rookie goaltender Vanessa Frederick, who stopped 34 of… Continue reading The brief world of sports

Women’s Volleyball: Dinos drop two to tops in the nation

Unbeaten no longer, the Dinos women’s volleyball team dropped two straight five-set games against the University of Manitoba Bisons. The Bisons came into the match ranked first in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. The Dinos were 6-0 coming into the Fri. Nov. 24 appointment with the Bisons. The match was close. Both teams won two sets, forcing… Continue reading Women’s Volleyball: Dinos drop two to tops in the nation

Women’s Basketball: The frozen freeway to deadmonton

It’s official, icy temperatures killed the dinosaurs. Last weekend’s trip to Alberta’s arctic capital ended in the extinction of our b-ballin’ women’s winning streak, as the University of Calgary dropped both frosty matches to the University of Alberta Pandas Nov. 24-25. It was a disastrous weekend for the Dinos, as sub-par play guided the girls… Continue reading Women’s Basketball: The frozen freeway to deadmonton

Men’s Hockey: Lethbridge a horn in the side

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns froze in the frigid Calgary temperatures, as the University of Calgary men’s hockeysaurs ice-picked them apart in their home-and-home series finale. After suffering a tough 4-3 shootout loss in Lethbridge Friday night, the Dinos skated all over the lambs in a dominant 6-2 Saturday night victory to wrap up the… Continue reading Men’s Hockey: Lethbridge a horn in the side

Getting in

Midterms. Presentations. Term papers. Lab assignments. Required readings. Group projects. Cramming. During lazy summer months any one of these terms has the power to incite dread in vacationing students, reminding them of the upcoming onslaught of schoolwork the passage from summer to fall will produce. By the time things get to November though, the dread… Continue reading Getting in