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Spun: Brian Eno

By Ken Clarke

When Brian Eno releases a new album, you never quite know what to expect. This time out the electronic music pioneer presents a cross between his many ambient albums and 1992’s erratic Nerve Net. No stranger to collaboration, Eno’s latest instrumental offering enlists the occasional aid of composers/musicians Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins for the… Continue reading Spun: Brian Eno

Housing debate continues, slowly

By Sarelle Azuelos

While progress on affordable housing for students is as slow as any other university related project, it has not been forgotten. Provincial politicians met with Calgary officials and the Students’ Union on Monday to discuss different ways to increase affordable housing. Calgary-Currie Liberal MLA Dave Taylor met with others in a sparsely attended forum in… Continue reading Housing debate continues, slowly

Men’s Rugby: Joah Atkinson/Brian Collins Memorial Cup Contested

By Nick Meehan

Sat., Sept. 30th marked the fourth anniversary of the annual Joah Atkinson/Brian Collins Memorial Rugby Match, this year contested by the University of Calgary men’s rugby A-team and the Calgary Saracens. University of Calgary students, Atkinson and Collins were killed by a speeding mini-van on Sept., 30, 2003. Both were members of the Dinos Rugby… Continue reading Men’s Rugby: Joah Atkinson/Brian Collins Memorial Cup Contested

Ontario blows

By Samantha Attaway

The most difficult aspect of moving past a close defeat is feeling as though you could have done more. That is the feeling on the Dinos men’s basketball team as they return from the East–a land of consistent three-point shots and comebacks.Our Dinos started out in St. Catharines, Ontario against the Brock University Badgers Fri.,… Continue reading Ontario blows

Joah and Brian live on

By Chris Beauchamp

Following last week’s sentencing of the driver in a pedestrian accident that claimed the lives of two University of Calgary students in 2003, the parents of Brian Collins and Joah Atkinson are committed to focusing on the positive projects to come out of their loss. Two annual U of C awards have been set up… Continue reading Joah and Brian live on

Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater

By Brian Low

Elinor Caplan, Federal Minister of Immigration, has just tabled a new and improved Immigration Act. In large measure, this is in response to public outcry following the ships of Chinese boatpeople who washed up on the shores of British Columbia last fall. The new bill has been touted as a cure-all for all the immigration… Continue reading Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater