Learning from others and innovation have undoubtedly helped advance civilization. But these behaviours can carry costs as well as benefits. And a new study by an international team of evolutionary biologists sheds light on how one particular cost – increased exposure to parasites – may affect cultural evolution in non-human primates.
Randy Chevrier wins CFL’s Grey Cup, Tom Pate Memorial Award
This past week was a memorable one for Calgary Stampeders long snapper Randy Chevrier (BEd ’99). Thursday, at the CFL’s annual awards presentation banquet, Chevrier’s sportsmanship and community involvement were recognized with his acceptance of the league’s Tom Pate Memorial Award. On Sunday, Chevrier won his third Grey Cup, as the Stampeders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 20-16 in the 102nd edition of the historic CFL Championship game.
KPE's Patrick Delisle-Houde is Tribune's Athlete of the Week
Redmen left wing Patrick Delisle-Houde was named the McGill Tribune Athlete of the Week in their edition of Wednesday, November 26. “Delisle-Houde racked up five points over the weekend and the Redmen pulled in two wins,” wrote the Tribune, “as they defeated the University of Toronto and Ryerson 4-1 each for the weekend sweep. Delisle-Houde scored what would eventually become the game winner in both Friday’s and Saturday’s contests, contributing three assists as well.