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The Panel

Emily SengerNews Assistant, Supplement Editor As news assistant, Emily has covered more SU articles in her three years than she cares to remember. ├ćndrew Rininsland News Writer As a new volunteer this year, ├ćndrew provides a slightly less cynical, unbiased viewpoint. Dale MillerEditor-in-Chief Dale has been at the U of C for six years… that’s… Continue reading The Panel

SU Midterm Review: Intro

By Gauntlet

It’s not our intention to needlessly harm reputations, but it is our intention to report to the student body how the Students’ Union executive is working. We looked at four major areas: How the President and each Vice-President works with and utilizes their commission, how SU progress so far matches individual campaign pledges, ways each… Continue reading SU Midterm Review: Intro

The Panel

Chris BeauchampNews Assistant, Supplement EditorAs News Assistant, Chris has covered numerous student issues throughout the year.Ben HoffmanLayout and Opinions EditorAs last year’s News Assistant, Ben knows the workings of the SU inside and out. Dale MillerNews Editor Dale Miller has been to every SLC meeting this year–can anyone else say they’ve done that? Poor guy.Sean… Continue reading The Panel

The man with the plan

By Chris Tait

University is a place of learning. We continually kid ourselves with this misleading line. The truth is, it’s unavoidable learning things at university, just as it is anywhere else.Fluid dynamics, collision physics, anatomy, chemistry, and medicine. But you don’t have to go to class to get all of these lessons. There are no prerequisite courses,… Continue reading The man with the plan

Travel Supplement Introduction

By Lawrence Bailey

The contents of this supplement are a little immature, especially as far as travel goes, considering the bulk of the authors and photographers are new to the game. Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia… these are not the Himalayas, Burundi or even Russia. Most of your friendly neighbourhood student journalists are not that different than… Continue reading Travel Supplement Introduction

Melting north up for grabs

By Doug Horner

Melting ice in the Arctic is a physical transformation that is drastically changing the political and economic climate of the north. A U.S. geographical survey estimated that one-quarter of the Earth’s undiscovered petroleum reserves– 90 billion barrels of oil and 1,670 trillion cubic feet of natural gas– is quietly waiting under the environmentally fragile Arctic… Continue reading Melting north up for grabs