Dinos lose in CIS volleyball quarterfinal

The odds were stacked against the seventh-seeded Dinos men’s volleyball team, drawing the 19–1 McMaster Marauders in the quarterfinal round of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championships. After shocking the Marauders and pumping up the Jack Simpson Gymnasium crowd with an inspired first set victory, the Dinos eventually succumed to the better team, losing in four… Continue reading Dinos lose in CIS volleyball quarterfinal

Don’t break your neck doing a neknomination

If you’ve spent any time on Facebook recently, you’ve probably seen at least a few examples of the website’s latest craze: neknominations. A neknomination is an online drinking dare that involves recording yourself performing an alcohol-related stunt and then uploading the video to Facebook. The “neknominee” begins the video by thanking whoever nominated him or… Continue reading Don’t break your neck doing a neknomination

The big skull on campus

The University of Calgary might be getting a new tenant — one that is over 70 million years old. Last October, U of C professor Darla Zelenitsky and her research assistant discovered the fossilized skull of a Pachyrhinosaurus inside the town limits of Drumheller. A relative of other frilled dinosaurs — like Triceratops and Centrosaurus… Continue reading The big skull on campus