- Women's Centre celebrates sex toy party
The Women's Centre held a sex toy party on October 18th, and it was well-attended by over 20 interested participants.
- Muslim students discuss separating terror from Isalm
Since September 11, Muslims living in this part of the world have been subject to scrutiny and fear because many people associate Islam with terrorism.
- Former U of R student's 'Art of War'
A gang was war recently fought in Capetown, South Africa, in the neighbourhood of Falseig; an area known for its abnormally high gang activity.
- Student Christmas travel affected by crisis
TravelCUTS, the definitive Canadian student travel company, has felt the impact of the U.S. terrorism attack of September 11th. The effects of the attack have devastated the travel industry as a whole and it seems the crisis may soon affect students planning to travel this Christmas.
- Community radio soon to go on air
Rick August, the president of CJTR, is very proud of the new option that he is presenting to the cityıs radio listening public and is quite confident that the response it will elicit shall be a positive one.
- Big, stupid, fun
This Halloween, The State will feature a Rocky Horror showcase that isn't quite fit for the whole family.
- Weak at Best finds inner strength
Although they are already known for their humourous onstage antics and playful interview demeanour, local trio Weak at Best have, of late, had to get serious about the business of making music.
- Team effort earns Rams win
On October 13th, the University of Regina Rams Football Club lost by 36 points to the University of Manitoba Bisons and gave up over 600 yards in total offense. Exactly one week later, a different Rams team showed up to play.
- Baseball nightmare, before Christmas
The end of this World Series could be one of the sorriest for people who, like me, hate the New York Yankees, cheer for the Seattle Mariners, and think the Expos should be given a second chance.
- News, news everywhere...and not a drop that makes me think
It seems like there's just too much out there to read and watch on the war on terrorism. You could drown in all the articles there are out there on anthrax. The radio used to cover different stories, but now it's a steady stream of phone-in shows, news updates, and interviews with authorities on whatever branch of science they did research on that would shed some light on the story..
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