University of Calgary

The evolution of the Dinos: launching a refreshed identity

Submitted by darmstro on Tue, 2013-04-02 11:06.

April 2, 2013

There’s a reason we’re called Dinos at the University of Calgary. Millions of years ago, the sub-tropical landscape around this city thundered with the heavy footsteps of ferocious reptiles competing for territorial domination. These days, our students, scholars, faculty and staff channel that same fierce and single-minded drive for leadership – on the courts, fields, lanes, ice and waves of interuniversity sport and in the pursuit of new knowledge and innovation for society at large. We are all Dinos.

Join us as we publicly unveil the newly refreshed Dinos identity, introduce an important new partnership in its evolution, and begin the process of building a true rallying point for school spirit at the University of Calgary.

WHAT: Unveiling of the refreshed Dinos identity

WHEN: Wednesday, April 3, 2013, 11-11:30 a.m.

WHERE: University of Calgary campus, MacEwan Hall, South Courtyard Public parking available in lots 10 and 11:

WHO: - Dr. Dru Marshall, Provost and Vice-President, Academic
- Representative from the university’s new uniform and athletics merchandising partner
- Hardave Birk, President, University of Calgary Students’ Union and Dinos super-fan
- Ron Wuotila, Director, Dinos Athletics
- Rex, wearing his new jersey and starring in a video where he finds his paleontological roots in Drumheller - Dinos student-athletes