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Men’s volleyball

By Chris Johns

The men’s volleyball season has been — to put it mildly — rocky, so far this season. After qualifying for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championships last season, the Dinos now appear destined to miss the Canada West playoffs entirely.
 The Dinos ended the 2011–12 CIS playoffs with a win over the University of Alberta Golden… Continue reading Men’s volleyball

Women ballers devour competition

By Lee and Sean

Success is like sex-you always crave it and it feels good. During the climax of this weekend’s Panda Hoopfest in Edmonton, the women’s basketball team managed to come first with three stimulating wins.These wins were not easily won nor were they possible without the women’s wonderful work. In the first two games, they were comfortably… Continue reading Women ballers devour competition

Male Volleysaurs fifth in Canada

By Kris Kotarski

After months of practice, preparations and games, the 2001/02 season ended with two hours of magic. There is simply no other way to describe the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s volleyball final between the University of Winnipeg Wesmen and the University of Alberta Golden Bears."This is so unbelievable, " said tournament Most Valuable Player Ryan Taylor… Continue reading Male Volleysaurs fifth in Canada

Stellar but not perfect

By Cory Vo

It must be difficult for visitors to associate Calgary with its "Cow Town" nickname if they happened to be at the opening night of Carmen on Saturday, Mar. 22. This is the third production in the 27th season of the Calgary Opera. The opening night, with its natural hype, was further propelled by the enthusiasm… Continue reading Stellar but not perfect

Head-to-head: Canada’s Olympic hockey roster

By Suneil Sachdeva

When Team Canada general manager Steve Yzerman sits down to finalize his team’s roster for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, he will be faced with an embarrassment of riches. While players like Sidney Crosby and Shea Weber lead a list of shoo-ins, there are some interesting decisions that must be made to fill out the… Continue reading Head-to-head: Canada’s Olympic hockey roster

Band says university students’ curriculum enhanced by GWAR

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By Sean Sullivan

Extra-terrestrial rock band GWAR are returning to MacEwan Student Centre Oct. 8 to inflict misery on their worshippers with their unique blend of monster metal music while dressed in elaborate costumes and battling monstrous creatures on stage. As the story goes, GWAR is a group of chaos warriors called the Scumdogs of the Universe who… Continue reading Band says university students’ curriculum enhanced by GWAR

Head-to-head: NHL preview

By Suneil Sachdeva

The National Hockey League returned on Oct. 1, and unlike last year, hockey fans are looking forward to a full season. Gauntlet sports writers Suneil Sachdeva and Fabian Mayer have answered some burning questions about the next 1230 games. Will the new division playoff format negatively affect the playoff hopes of Eastern Conference teams, who… Continue reading Head-to-head: NHL preview