Cricket in the quad

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By Steve Petrick To Torontonians who have spent too much time watching baseball, it would have appeared there was one ball and two strikes on Atif Asghar when a lunging …

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No home, plenty of history

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Born to Métis parents and adopted into an Irish-Catholic household, McGuire spent his childhood on the move. He was never at any school for more than a year because his family—his mother Lorette, his dad Larry and his brother Doug, two years older—kept moving to accommodate his dad’s job as a tanker driver with Shell Canada.

Backstage to the Future

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All fourth-year RTA students must complete a 300-hour practicum project, but the TARA awards are designed as an additional reward for their efforts. Whichever group of students takes control of producing the TARAs cannot win any awards, a disincentive that this year’s group has decided to work around by going all out on the preparations. This year’s show is a two-hour extravaganza that will transform the Rogers Communications Centre into a huge sound stage on April 12, and will be broadcast on Rogers Cable on May 5 and on CFMT on Aug. 14.

Resignations spark fear

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Last week, Ilonka Van Steenwyk resigned from the centre after her contract wasn’t renewed, bringing the number of people who have resigned to three since last August. The other two, Stacey Whyne Berman and Linda Lyns, said they left because of deteriorating leadership and services.