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Volleysaurs untouchable

By Jo Wynn

The Dinos women’s volleyball team closed the first half of the 2004/2005 season with a bang Nov. 26-27, defeating the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 3-0 two nights in a row. Friday night, the Dinos didn’t give the Huskies a chance, coming out in full force to win the first set 25-10. “We felt right at… Continue reading Volleysaurs untouchable

Back in first

By Jo Wynn

The sweet taste of revenge was extra sweet this past weekend. The Dinos women’s volleyball team beat their nemesis from the north–the University of Alberta Pandas–two nights in a row in Calgary, Nov. 12-13. After losing to the Pandas three weekends in a row during the preseason, our girls are making up for it when… Continue reading Back in first

Clan’t burn a Dinosaur

By Jo Wynn

The Canada West season opened with a bang for the Dinos women’s volleyball team at Simon Fraser University Fri., Oct. 22. The SFU Clan were beaten swiftly 3-1 by the Dinos, crushing any hopes of beating the reigning national champs. After winning Friday’s first set 25-16, the Dinos were a bit shaky in the next,… Continue reading Clan’t burn a Dinosaur

Not quite undefeated

By Jo Wynn

They’ve still got it. That’s what the Dinos women’s volleyball team showed last weekend at the University of Regina’s tournament. The team opened on Friday to a bittersweet beginning, beating the U of R Cougars 3-0, but losing to the University of Alberta Pandas 1-3. After Calgary won the first set, the Pandas came back… Continue reading Not quite undefeated

Women on top

By Gauntlet Editorial Board

Kathleen Wynne has become the first female premier of Ontario, beating out her rival and front-runner Sandra Pupatello. Wynne is also the first openly gay premier. She joins five other women who are currently serving as premier of provinces or territories. This brings the male to female ratio in provincial leadership to 50:50 for the… Continue reading Women on top

A Dyer World View

Internationally renowned journalist Gwynne Dyer was on campus Tuesday to give a lecture titled Crawling from the Wreckage. Dyer’s articles on international affairs are published in over 175 papers in 45 countries.

Events forum: bringing the good times

By Christian Louden

Unfortunately, the events forum lacked a beat-boxing competition, featuring instead a polite exchange between four of the five candidates vying for a commissioner seat, Wed., Feb. 6. Most of the debate between the commission hopefuls centred on the sorts of events they hope to see in the future. Talk was sparked with regard to the… Continue reading Events forum: bringing the good times