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The Voice

The Voice is the collective presence of the writers who submit on behalf of the magazine. All praise to them!

FREE MICROSOFT .NET STUDENT EVENT

Join us in a city near you to hear the latest information on creating next-generation applications. Learn all about developing and accessing XML Web Services on the Windows .NET Framework and Shared Source CLI (Rotor). Be one of the first to check out new mobile device programming techniques and preview the upcoming Visual Studio .NET… Read more »

CLASSIFIEDS

CLASSIFIED SPACE: Students of AU may print classifieds in The Voice free of charge (maximum three per issue) as long as they are not representing a company or product. Classified ads should be submitted to the editor at voice@ausu.org with “?CLASSIFIED AD’ listed in the subject title. The Editor reserves the right to refuse any… Read more »

EDMONTON SKYDIVE CENTER – GROUP RATES FOR STUDENTS

Until May 31st the Edmonton Skydive Centre has student specials for groups of 10. The organizer gets his/her jump for free. Info to help you organize can be found at: http://www.edmontonskydive.com. A printable sign up sheet can be found at: http://www.edmontonskydive.com/iadsignupsheet.doc And a colour brochure is at: http://www.edmontonskydive.com/2003%20ESC%20Brochure.pdf Student groups are welcome and encouraged to… Read more »

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

The Voice would like to apologize for the frequent server troubles that have plagued the html edition of the paper over the past 2 weeks. We think we have the problem solved now, and appreciate your patience while we worked on it.

AUSU SPEAKS: January 19th Session – Provided By AUSU

News from the January 19, 2003 council meeting AUSU Council met on the evening of January 19th for a regularly scheduled council meeting. The main item of business for the evening was AUSU finance, and the annual audit for the 2002 financial year was reviewed and discussed. Following this, tentative plans were set for the… Read more »

THIS Magazine – PRIZE FOR CREATIVE NON-FICTION 2003

ABOUT THE PRIZE This Magazine’s Prize for Creative Non-Fiction honours the brightest new voices in Canadian letters. Send us your work, and join This Magazine’s long tradition of publishing outstanding literary and creative non-fiction. We’re looking for personal and journalistic pieces with a strong voice, attention to narrative, experimental styles and, of course, compelling subject… Read more »

AU Profiles – Student: Angela Fergus

STUDENT: Angela Fergus What province and city/town do you live in? Just outside Saint John, New Brunswick (Nerepis). Do you have a family/ kids/ pets ? I have a wonderful husband, 2 children (a son aged 13 and a daughter aged 11), three cats, a hamster and lots of fish. What are your hobbies /… Read more »

COMMUNITY NETWORKS GROUP

Fireweed Institute Spring 2003 Workshops Information & Registration: 492-3116 / 492-7237 e-mail: info@fireweedinstitute.org www.fireweedinstitute.org 1. SPIRITUALITIES: RETRIEVING FRAGMENTS FOR LIVING This one-day workshop gives participants a brief history of key spiritual traditions – East and West, old and new. Often, there are fragments of wisdom from each of these traditions that speak to us. This… Read more »