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Cross Country

By John Leung

Talent With a talented field, you can’t accuse the team of being talent-less. With names like Shannon Slater and Renee Kaylor on the women’s side and Geoff Kerr and Andrew Carruthers on the men’s side continually contributing huge success to the Dinos, the results speak for themselves. Effort The women did extremely well, dominating Canada… Continue reading Cross Country

Cross-country success

By Sean Nyilassy

The serenity of the Guelph Lakes Golf Course in Guelph, Ontario was disturbed by the thunder of 216 furiously pounding feet Sat., Nov. 13. The occasion was the 2004 CIS Cross-country Championships. The defending national champion Dinos ladies were looking to repeat while our gentlemen hoped to improve their eighth place finish in 2003. Unfortunately,… Continue reading Cross-country success

Dinos dominate cross-country

By Aritra Das

The high-flying Dinos cross-country team once again had an outstanding showing at the Stewart Cup held in Calgary on Halloween. The Dinos women took first place and the men finished in third. In addition, the University of Calgary Alumni team finished in first.As usual, the Dinos women dominated their five-kilometre race with Shannon Popowich finishing… Continue reading Dinos dominate cross-country

More cross-country success

By Aritra Das

The Dinos cross-country squad competed in the Eastern Washington University Invitational meet against NCAA Division I teams on Sat., Oct. 14. While the women took first place, the men’s team finished in fourth on a very windy day in Cheney, Washington. Our very own Shannon Slater won the women’s five-kilometer run, finishing the race in… Continue reading More cross-country success

Getting your signals crossed

By Kelli Stevens

By this stage in our lives, most of us have learned to read certain signs. A smile represents warmth, prolonged eye contact signals attraction, a few seemingly casual brushes of the arm are anything but casual–the list goes on. Of course, some signs are misread, we experience body language dyslexia, if you will. For example,… Continue reading Getting your signals crossed

President – Andrew Simon

There’s an age-old political adage which states “we elect our betters, not our equals.” While politicians like Ralph Klein are exceptions to this rule, Andrew Simon is the reason the phrase was coined. Simon has spent the past year critically examining the actions of the current Students’ Union while extensively researching other student associations worldwide.… Continue reading President – Andrew Simon

Crossing worth seeing

By Andrew Ross

“Crossing back and forth, between the two-dimensional format and three-dimensional forms in space. Crossing in and out, between illusionary and actual depth,” reads the artist’s statement. Crossing–currently at the University of Calgary’s Mezzanine Gallery–is Julie Chapdelaine’s personal exploration of forms in space. The series of six reliefs represents seven years of work on Chapdelaine’s part,… Continue reading Crossing worth seeing