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?
WHILE MOST OF Ottawa spent time getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day last weekend, the University of Ottawa played host to the Gay Ottawa Volleyball 2013 tournament.
Kellie Ring did not injure any other ligaments, but suffered a complete ACL tear. She is hoping to have surgery soon, and will then have a six- to eight-month recovery process before hopefully being able to return next season.
Three members of the men’s hockey team have been given the all-star nod, representing the University of Ottawa in all categories: the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) East’s first, second, and rookie all-star teams.
Results from the OUA track and field championships and the CIS swimming championships.
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The stereotype of the dumb jock has consistently been perpetuated by mainstream media. Some people can’t help but wonder, “All these people do is skate around a rink or kick a ball, so how smart can they really be?”
It’s a great feeling to get this win for our program and for the guys who did so much for our program 20 years ago,” said Berhanemeskel after the game. “They did so much for this team’s culture and history.”
What better way to demonstrate your fandom than plastering it all over your beautiful face? Use face-paint sticks—conveniently available in our school colours at Dollarama—for best results.