In Opposition: Is Lorne Calvert a good choice as premier of Saskatchewan?
- Student press in dire straits
Student newspapers across the country are facing threats to their editorial independence this year, and the bulk of the threat comes from student governmentsa problem even the Carillon has faced in its nearly forty-year history. Why do student unions so commonly attack their own peers, the student journalists, who often are some of the only people on campus who actually pay attention to what the student unions are trying to do?
- Is it okay to overeat?
Last week, the U of R Women's Centre hosted Natural Sizes Week, and it got me thinking about weight, eating disorders, and body image.
- Upholding our proud tradition
My father always says that when people from Saskatchewan go to other parts of the country, they never have any trouble finding work. It's been widely known for generations that people from Saskatchewan, the heart of the prairies, have been resourceful, innovative, and cunning. They have had to be. They were farmers, and didn't have much to make do with.
- Someone else would have been better
In a word, no. Mr. Calvert, while a very nice and respectable man, does not have what it takes to be the leader of the province, or even the New Democratic Party. I see Calvert as more of a Deputy Premier, a right-hand man if you will.
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- ¡Oscar el magnífico!
How many people out there can promise to put on a good show and actually pull through with it? If anyone, the musical eclectisist and guitar virtuoso Oscar Lopez can.
- Scruj MacDuhk
The band Scruj MacDuhk is well on its way to becoming a household name. They have released two albums that were critically acclaimed; a third album is planned for release in June; they have received several Juno award nominations; and they have been the recipients of several Prairie Music Awards.
- Theatre students present the first annual Infringement Festival
From astrophysics to auto theft, death to dancing, love to lemons, the first annual Student Infringement Festival has it all.