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Ten bucks for a crack at conjugal bliss

Help curb Canada's crippling divorce rate. The University of Calgary Counseling Centre and U of C Chaplains' Centre are offering two considering marriage seminars Fri., Mar. 3 and Sat., Mar. 4.

Couples and individuals are invited to develop their relationship skills and to consider the realities of marriage in a modern society.

So for those willing to give up their golden ticket to college-age promiscuity, you can register at the Multi-Faith Chaplains' Centre in MSC 373 or call 220-5451.

Bibliophiles Rejoice!

Frederick Busch, prolific author of over 20 books including A Dangerous Profession and The Night Inspector, is coming to Calgary as the U of C's 2006 Markin-Flanagan Distinguished Visiting Writer.

Busch will be reading from his latest story collection, Rescue Mission on Wed., Mar. 29, 7:30 p.m. at the Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall at the Rosza Centre. The reading is free and all are welcome.

Come on Bronconnier!

Students' Union vice-president finance and services Joel Lockwood has penned a letter to the mayor asking the city to match the SU in going smoke-free before the current 2008 plan. Good luck with that Joel.

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Unfortunately, Mr. Busch died of a heart attack last week, therefore he will not be coming as the visting writer to the M-F Distinguished Writers programme

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/02/25/books/25busch.html