The bitterest defeat

By John Leung

SYDNEY-At the final buzzer, we watched and mourned. The Tampa Bay Lightning jumping off the bench, congratulating themselves for winning the 2004 Stanley Cup. Even as far as Sydney, Australia, Canadians were in mourning. As a nation, we mourn the loss of another chance to bring hockey’s holy grail home. With fellow ex-pat Calgarians, we… Continue reading The bitterest defeat

Genocide still ignored

By Stephane Massinon

Sixty years ago, people vowed “never again.” As news of the Holocaust spread around the world, people were determined to make sure such heinous crimes would not be repeated. Yet, 10 years ago, everything went to hell in Rwanda. 800,000 people died, and few people seemed to care. What happened? As April’s tragic anniversary rolled… Continue reading Genocide still ignored

Shut up and listen

By Anna Chan

We all have our own opinions, but when does expressing your opinion become condemning other people and their interests? It is common for people to disagree on pizza toppings or what movie to watch, but there is never any rest when it comes to music. I find it impossible to work at my own computer… Continue reading Shut up and listen

Nine things that girls who work out want guys who work out to know

By Salima Stanley-Bhanji

1. Respect her mirror space. You watch yourself to make sure your technique is just right, so why isn’t important for her to watch her technique as well? In other words, don’t stand in front of her during a set when you could stand just about anywhere else. Just because she doesn’t grunt or curl… Continue reading Nine things that girls who work out want guys who work out to know