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Daily Archives: February 17, 2011
Students hoping to enroll in the bachelor of science in engineering transfer program at Grant MacEwan University might think twice before submitting their application. Continue reading
A rash of break-ins have been occurring at Grant MacEwan University’s City Centre Campus recently, where an individual cracks the code on combination luggage locks and helps himself to the lockers’ contents. Continue reading
Voted in on Oct. 7, so far three councillors have resigned, one hired
Students’ Council has undergone several changes in recent weeks, with two councillors resigning from their positions and a new member being appointed. Continue reading
Online system and new bursaries increase bursary popularity
In recognizing the dedication, hard work and financial need of students, Grant MacEwan University is handing out a total of $384,250 in winter bursaries. Continue reading
Feds also require $149 million to write off unrecoverable loans
CUP Ottawa Bureau Chief
(CUP) — According to a recent budget update report tabled in Parliament, the federal government requires millions of dollars to keep its Canada Student Loans Program (CLSP) afloat. Continue reading
Voting for executive council begins March 9
Executive council nominations ended Monday, with a total of 11 nominees vying for one of the four spots up for grabs.
Each year, students vote for the candidates they want representing the student body on behalf of the Students’ Association of Grant MacEwan University. Continue reading
The Gateway (Edmonton)
(CUP) An expedition to Antarctica has finally unearthed a unique dinosaur species, that though first discovered more than 20 years ago, remained buried until now. Continue reading
Not only do you face the risk of developing cancer, becoming impotent or killing those around you, you could now be risking your job.
Before you light up your next cigarette, you might want to think twice. Continue reading
Realpolitiks with . . .
An ideal government for me would be no government, because I’ve never been able to trust a select few to make decisions for millions of people. But since we have to keep the charade of democracy alive and well, I’ll play along with the idea. Continue reading
Call it file sharing or call it piracy, but the Internet has changed the way information is exchanged between people. Continue reading
The idea that dinosaurs and humans co-existed gives me all sorts of crazy images, images of construction workers on top of brachiosaurus, crushing stones with their teeth to build new bowling alleys. Continue reading
The advertising industry knows that people try to ignore their efforts at marketing. This attempt at avoidance may have made it more difficult to sell goods and services, but getting attention is what these companies specialize in. Continue reading
No one should be smoking crack. That being said, at what point do we want the line to be drawn? Continue reading
The bright lights and crowds of people overwhelmed Grant MacEwan University student Eyobe Melketsadik as he stepped off the train in Nagoya, Japan and into the dream of a lifetime. Continue reading
Sean da Silva
What Plants and Animals lack in low-end frequency, the members make up for in sheer energy and enthusiasm. Continue reading
Lacey P. Morris
Local punk shack DV8 Tavern on 99 Street and 83 Avenue will be holding its first annual Youth Emergency Shelter Society (YESS) benefit show on Friday, Feb. 25. Continue reading
Lacey P. Morris
February is women in horror month.
It may have started when writer and producer Debra Hill joined forces with John Carpenter to pen what has, during the last 30 years, become one of the most recognized and appreciated horror films of all time — one that paved the bloody path for a generation of pseudo-copies — Halloween. Continue reading
A bed of nails, ambient bar noises, asymmetrical skeletal squares, lavish dresses and a tree in a box.
It seems that Grant MacEwan University’s Centre for the Arts and Communications (CFAC) has transformed into a gallery. Continue reading
Reggae rockers Lionize are set to pounce upon Edmonton fans on Feb. 21.
The band, from Silver Spring, Md., recently wrapped up a month-long tour with Authority Zero and is now touring with Streetlight Manifesto and can’t wait for the Canadian dates. Continue reading
For 24-year-old musician David Eggert, it is hard to remember a time when he didn’t play the cello.
“I don’t know what life is like without music,” says Eggert. Continue reading