Here is a rundown of how the Gee-Gees performed in their winter 2013 season, followed by the winners of the prestigious* Cavalry Awards.
*not actually prestigious
Ottawa has a lot to offer for each one, but if you still can’t decide, maybe one of these student accounts will sway you toward some of the many trails and paths located around the city.
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With exams coming up, your mind’s fitness is probably taking priority over that of your body’s. Even though school is definitely important (don’t worry, there will be plenty of time to prepare for beach season after exams are over), you should still take a few minutes every day for a bit of physical exercise.
Earlier this month, Gee-Gees fourth-year running back Brendan Gillanders and fourth-year wide receiver Simon Le Marquand participated in the Canadian Football League (CFL) Combine, the top training camp for football prospects.
Every year, the Fulcrum looks back on the ups and downs of the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees teams’ respective competition seasons…
There’s more to lifeguarding than tans and Ray-Bans, so read on to learn what it takes to compete in this unique sport.
merican football culture likens its young athletes to gods in their communities. They are praised by their neighbours, admired and envied by peers, and encouraged to act like macho men. It’s just like what we see in movies and on TV—when it comes to hierarchy, jocks are on top. Considering that many athletes are defended by their classmates, regardless of their actions, it’s no wonder many of them develop a sense of entitlement.
The biggest push away from hockey is in its rough-and-tough culture. The argument surrounding fighting is not something that can be resolved, but does hockey fighting even stand up on merits of being a “good” fight?