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Spun: Hunting

By Connor Sadler

The self-titled debut album from Vancouver-born Bradley Ferguson’s new band, Hunting, takes somber indie-folk music and adds electronic accents to create a sound that is eerie and unnatural. Ferguson’s vocals are faded out behind the music like an ethereal, ghostly presence. The piano and violin sections add to the mesmerizing feeling of the album. The… Continue reading Spun: Hunting

Men’s volleyball remain undefeated, women hunt for playoff spot

By Douglas Long

This past weekend was an eventful and rewarding time for both University of Calgary volleyball teams. The women’s team won both contests versus the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack, taking Friday’s match 3-0 and Saturday’s 3-1. The men’s team continued their perfect 14-0 record by sweeping the TRU Wolfpack 3-0 and 3-0. So far this season… Continue reading Men’s volleyball remain undefeated, women hunt for playoff spot

Letter: Hunt’s argument a union of pro and con

By Heather Babin

I was pleased to see Jocelyn Hunt take on unions [“Unions have lost their purpose,” Jan. 13]. While she makes good points, Hunt fails to present a clear alternative to many of the problems unions still solve in society. The near-collapse of the major automotive companies in North America is a good example. The autoworker… Continue reading Letter: Hunt’s argument a union of pro and con

In defence of hunting

By Chris Pedersen

Every year for nearly three decades, a group of friends drive for hours to the northern expanses of Alberta to get out and enjoy nature. They have been friends since high school, but now live all over the province. Every year, no matter the circumstances, they gather to go hunting. This group has been doing… Continue reading In defence of hunting

T-Birds hunt Dinos

By Alex Baron

The University of Calgary men’s volleyball team had an awful weekend as the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds ran right over the Dinos in two straight losses at the Jack Simpson Gym. Playing in front of a home crowd, the Dinos couldn’t put together a consistent effort Fri., Nov. 3 and Sat., Nov. 4. They… Continue reading T-Birds hunt Dinos

Hunt for gold October

By Sean Nyilassy

While most Dinos teams have not yet begun their seasons, the University of Calgary women’s fastball team is as near finished as your freedom from midterms. They played their final regular season games Sat., Oct. 1 in Lethbridge. Now, Lethbridge, being slightly inferior to Calgary, built its fences nearer to the batter. Down there, this… Continue reading Hunt for gold October

Horn hunt

By Ian Waldbauer

In their last series before the holiday break, the Dinos were in the spirit of the season as they generously gave the University of Lethbridge a shiny new pair of losses to add to their already impressive collection. The Dinos, who have really gelled of late, were simply too much for the outmatched Pronghorns. The… Continue reading Horn hunt

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

By Jean-Paul Desjardins

Imagine being in your early 20s, playing with guitar virtuosos like Steve Vai and Joe Satriani, recording three albums that sell very well and constantly being dubbed "the next Stevie Ray Vaughn." Now imagine what an egomaniac most people would become when faced with this kind of acclaim. This was certainly not the case with… Continue reading Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Olympic torch returns to campus

By Ken Hunt

The Olympic torch blazed inside the Olympic Oval on Tuesday morning for the first time since Calgary hosted the Olympics in 1988, in front of throngs of eager Canadians. Some 6,000 attendees chose to take advantage of the unique opportunity to watch torchbearers and Olympic speedskaters Susan Auch and Kyle Yoshida each skate two slow… Continue reading Olympic torch returns to campus