Concerning Ashley Ketchum…

Dr. Arbour’s Log: 06-01-2008 Interview with subject Ashley Ketchum.Dr. Paul Arbour: Now Ashley…Ashley Ketchum: It’s Ash.PA: Very well, Ash. Let’s start from the beginning; when did you run away from home?AK: I didn’t run away. On my tenth birthday my mom gave me some running shoes and told me I was old enough to become… Continue reading Concerning Ashley Ketchum…

Volleysaurs split weekend with TWU

By Courtenay Adams

It was a weekend of ups and downs in men’s volleyball. The Dinos played their final regular season back-to-back matches at home against the Trinity Western University Spartans. They dominated their game in straight sets with scores of 28-26, 25-14, 25-20. Sat. afternoon. However, Sun. saw an intense match eventually wobble in favour of the… Continue reading Volleysaurs split weekend with TWU

Bears exact revenge on Dinos hockeysaurs

By Alyzee Sibtain

The University of Alberta Golden Bears had one thing on their minds Jan. 27–redemption. After being swept by the University of Calgary hockeysaurs the previous weekend, the Bears looked to re-establish their dominance in the Battle of Alberta. After sweeping the University of Regina Cougars the previous two nights, the Golden Bears defeated the Dinos… Continue reading Bears exact revenge on Dinos hockeysaurs

Basketsaurs hip hoppin’ it to the hoop

By Stewart Pallard

The University of Calgary Dinos men’s basketball team kept their perfect home record intact with a pair of victories over the University Collage Fraser Valley Cascades and the Thompson Rivers University Wolf Pack last weekend. With the University of Alberta Golden Bears splitting their weekend series against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, the Dinos stand… Continue reading Basketsaurs hip hoppin’ it to the hoop

Dinos lay beating on Wolf Pack

By Cole Christensen

The University of Calgary basketball ladysaurs survived yet another weekend of double-header basketball, sweeping through Fraser Valley and Thompson Rivers University. However, it did not come easily, as Fraser Valley pushed the Dinos to the limit on Fri. before finally succumbing in overtime to the ladysaurs’ superior offence. The 108-101 victory was sparked by CIS… Continue reading Dinos lay beating on Wolf Pack

Hockeysaurs take wins against NAIT

By Derek Neumeier

In the age of dinosaurs millions of years ago, the Tyrannosaurus Rex reigned supreme. A ferocious predator, the deadly T-Rex knew nothing of mercy, devouring its victims without a care. The University of Calgary women’s hockey team took a cue from their reptilian ancestors against the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology Ooks this past weekend… Continue reading Hockeysaurs take wins against NAIT

Swimmers take gold at CW championships

By Orlagh O’Kelly

The Dinos men’s and women’s swimming teams anticipated to perform well at the Canada West team championships last weekend, but their results surpassed all expectations. The Dinos men won by an unexpected 350-point margin over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds. The women roared back from a 22-point deficit on Sat. to win for the… Continue reading Swimmers take gold at CW championships

SPUN: Thurston Moore

By Kenzie MacLeod

Thurston Moore is arguably Sonic Youth’s most unapologetic noisemaker, championing the avant-garde wherever possible. Yet, he’s also its most pop-oriented composer. He has deftly made these incongruous musical approaches feel inseparable, but he quietly challenges his own legacy on his first solo album in over a decade. Recorded at J. Mascis’s home studio, Trees Outside… Continue reading SPUN: Thurston Moore

Music industry almost comes around

By Christian Louden

If the idea of the music industry caving and giving in to the piracy community by providing free and legal music downloads sounds to good to be true, that’s probably because it is. Qtrax, a new website launched Sun. claimed to be doing just that this week, dropping the names of four major labels-Warner, Universal,… Continue reading Music industry almost comes around