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Spun: Matt Dusk

By John Leung Chung-Yin

While many of us have put all that Christmas cheer back into the closet for another year, Matt Dusk manages to bring it back with Peace on Earth. His rich voice brings a new twist to some old Christmas classics and a sense of those classics to some new Christmas songs as well. However, as… Continue reading Spun: Matt Dusk

Theatre Preview: Return of High Performance Rodeo

By John Leung

Various International and local experimental theatre troupes are once again set to invade Calgary in a dramatic rodeo filled with action, excitement and flair. Hosted by the One Yellow Rabbit, the 19th annual High Performance Rodeo is set for Jan. 4 to 30. At their press conference last Tuesday, OYR and their well-traveled curator Michael… Continue reading Theatre Preview: Return of High Performance Rodeo

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

New Canada Research Chairs

By Bonnie Leung

Ready for more research? Five additional Canada Research Chairs have been appointed at the University of Calgary, bringing the total to 30 chairs awarded to date. The crc Program was established in 2000 by the Canadian Government to provide $900 million to 2,000 university and hospital researchers across Canada. "The key objective of the crc… Continue reading New Canada Research Chairs

Confer, reconcile

By Bonnie Leung

Can we ever solve the crisis in Kosovo? Is reconciliation possible?From June 2-6, the University of Calgary will hold an international conference to examine the issues of reconciliation in the world today. The conference will explore issues such as the crisis in Kosovo; black South Africans and their white neighbours; Cambodia and its past; aboriginals… Continue reading Confer, reconcile