The Day of My Collapse

Philosophy rakes my mind and makes as much sense as a cold block of celery tied with a bow and left on my doorstep.Two lovers approach and do not hold back. I decide to spectate just a moment too long. It is too late. The sickly worm indulges himself in my jealous insides.A worm and… Continue reading The Day of My Collapse

Forgotten Ever After

For the girl whose face I can never quite see. Like most things, it started out as a joke. Life that is. But unfortunately, I never really found it that funny. The punchline of this joke happened on a rainy November day. I don’t know why it was raining. It just was. It was a… Continue reading Forgotten Ever After

In a Cathedral

I am standing in drenching rain peering up at a great cathedral, through a chilling mist that, condensed on the flanks of two shaggy horses, has turned to ice. This makes it hard to see and so I hurry across the street to take shelter under the tremendous eaves, where I feel my fingers slowly… Continue reading In a Cathedral

Gauntlet Fiction Supplement

We volunteers and editors spend so much time working at the Gauntlet for many different reasons, but we have one in common-most of us love to write. However, we’ve realized-not that it was much of a revelation-that we’re not the only people on campus who have the skills and the ability to write. After all,… Continue reading Gauntlet Fiction Supplement

Women’s Hockey

Talent: C-Two years after the fact, this Dinos squad is still feeling the ravaging effects of a Canada West rule prohibiting AAA players from also playing university hockey. The majority of the team is made up of former ringette players, a game played on ice, but a far cry from hockey. The goaltending is strong,… Continue reading Women’s Hockey