Dinos lay waste to T-Birds

By Еvan Osentоn

The U of C women’s hockey squad is the winningest Dino team on campus. However, you wouldn’t know that from asking head coach Julie Healy. "I didn’t realize that," said Healy. "I haven’t really been paying attention, comparatively speaking." Healy’s modesty in the face of recent success is staggering–the Dinos are coming off a weekend… Continue reading Dinos lay waste to T-Birds

Rock me gently

By Patricia Fuentes

The opportunity to present new and unexplored research in geology has arrived. Geology 2000: An Adapting Profession is the theme for the Western Inter-University Geological Conference being held on campus in January 2000. "The conference will perhaps spark new interest for the students," said Ryan Mitton, who heads the planning committee. "Different universities have different… Continue reading Rock me gently

Theme school students present critiques

By Sika Patton

In the midst of growing class sizes, distracted professors and indifferent students, there is still at least one field at the University of Calgary where passion and community are the words used to describe the educational process. On Nov. 22 and 23 students minoring at the Theme School in Northern Planning and Development Studies presented… Continue reading Theme school students present critiques

Rosza unveils new studio

By Christine Cheung

Thanks to a new recording studio in the Rozsa Centre, students can now record their awesome yodelling talent in stereo sound right here on campus.Although the studio, unveiled Monday, was originally a part of the plans for the Rozsa Centre, a lack of funding prevented the studio from being realized until recently. "It was built… Continue reading Rosza unveils new studio

Questionable pamhlet posted on campus

By Patricia Fuentes

Pushing freedom of speech to objectionable limits, pamphlets belonging to the US-based National Alliance group were posted around campus last week. "We’ve had numerous complaints about this group, we just haven’t been able to identify any of the people," said Campus Security Operations Supervisor Bob King. "These types of complaints come in very infrequently, about… Continue reading Questionable pamhlet posted on campus

Come Alive

By Shawn Hoult

They are referred to as the hardest working band in hip-hop today and with the release of their first live album, it’s easy to see why. On Come Alive, The Roots show a kind of energy usually reserved for stars of the rock and roll genre. The album opens with the intro to a concert… Continue reading Come Alive

Antipop — Primus

By Garreth Reeder

Primus is back, but with a different approach on their new CD, Antipop. The release finds frontman Les Claypool going back to the band’s first full-length CD, Frizzle Fry, for a heavier sound. His muse, turns out to be Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine). Morrello guests on three of Antipop’s 13 tracks, adding his… Continue reading Antipop — Primus