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Interview: Rob South

Rob South, president of the Students’ Union, is currently involved in an embroglio over a recent Governors meeting in which he did not second a motion for a zero tuition increase.He has been a target of criticism by this paper for working too closely with administration in negotiating a 65 per cent tuition deal. He… Continue reading Interview: Rob South

Sam Roberts and canadian evil… content

By Daorcey Le Bray

Some rock bands don’t want you to know they’re from Canada. They’re afraid of being marked forever with a scarlet maple leaf, never to find legitimate success apart from CanCon and CBC specials. With The Sam Roberts Band working on their fourth Canadian tour in the last year, there’s no doubting their nationality. And if… Continue reading Sam Roberts and canadian evil… content

Dinos invade South Korea

By Lawrence Bailey

Ever been to South Korea? Few Canadians have. However 13 University of Calgary student athletes and a pair of coaches will be shipping out for the South East Asian destination later this month for the 2003 Universiade. The Universiade, formerly known as the World University Games, will be hosted by Daegu, South Korea, following up… Continue reading Dinos invade South Korea

Southward-seeking Sports

By Andrew Ross

In a bid to stay competitive, the University of Calgary soccer teams are sending their scouts South–way South. The scouts will be looking at up-and-coming middle-school stars in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil and Argentina. U of C’s women’s soccer Head Coach Robin Slot explains, "We have good teams right now, but what… Continue reading Southward-seeking Sports

SLC questions South’s ability to represent

By Mary Chan

Students’ Legislative Council voted 13-5 in favour of allowing Students’ Union President Rob South to sit on the University of Calgary Presidential Review Committee Tuesday night. The motion was passed after a drawn-out discussion brought up ghosts of South’s conduct at the Feb. 4 Board of Governors meeting. At the heart of the discussion was… Continue reading SLC questions South’s ability to represent

Students call for South’s impeachment

By Anne-Marie Bruzga

Students marched around campus demanding the removal of Students’ Union President Rob South immediately following the Feb. 4 Board of Governor’s meeting. The calls for removal were a direct result of South’s refusal to second an amendment for a zero per cent tuition increase. Students at the meeting shouted, "Second the motion," as South began… Continue reading Students call for South’s impeachment

South avoids impeachment

By Anne-Marie Bruzga

Impeachment is not imminent for Students’ Union President Rob South, despite calls for his removal from office by student activists. A straw vote at Tuesday’s Students’ Legislative Council meeting established that the disqualification of South would not come from within the SU. The written straw vote, which asked, "Do you support the impeachment of Rob… Continue reading South avoids impeachment