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Editor, the Gauntlet

By Jordan Bonner

Editor, the Gauntlet, Canada’s student aid system needs more than a quick fix. After months of pressure by student groups and NDP MPs, the Conservative government finally relented and has opened its student loan review for public input. Now we must ramp up the pressure to ensure that this review goes beyond mere administrative tweaks.… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet

Editor, the Gauntlet,

By Jordan Bonner

Editor, the Gauntlet, Re: “Experts decry virus course,” May 29, 2003 I am deeply concerned about the position that the University of Calgary has taken in its academic curriculum by offering courses in “How to write computer viruses.” Having spent the past 30 years of my career dealing with fraud related issues–including computer viruses–it is… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet,

Editor, the Gauntlet,

By Jordan Bonner

Editor, the Gauntlet, Re: “Experts decry virus course,” May 29, 2003 It is possible to interpret the University of Calgary’s actions on this matter as a potential security threat to both Canada and the United States. Since many of the recent terrorists gained access to North America through Canada, it is quite reasonable to suppose… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet,

Editor, the Gauntlet:

By Jordan Bonner

I’m astonished that Holger Herwig chose to parrot the numerous inaccuracies that were published in the original Calgary Herald editorial written by Sara MacIntyre, a grad student in political science. Contrary to MacIntyre and Herwig’s claims, students can enjoy a Big Rock beer in the Den–it’s just not on tap. The reason it’s not on… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet:

Editor, the Gauntlet:

By Jordan Bonner

Irene Enyedy’s letter appalled me. The half-truths, obfuscations and apparent lack of understanding of basic concepts of jurisprudence such as "double jeopardy" and "statute of limitations" expressed in her letter cause me to question her ability and the entire su’s ability to operate in a representative, democratic manner and her personal ability competently represent students.First,… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet:

Editor, the Gauntlet:

By Jordan Bonner

In an article written by Mr. Вen Li, former residence student Jim Bailey is interviewed on the subject of his recent banishment from residence. The members of the Residence Students’ Association feel that a number of issues need to be addressed with this article, so as to give students living both in and out of… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet:

Editor, the Gauntlet:

By Jordan Bonner

Shame on the SU for criticizing the Gauntlet for reporting the human side of an issue. When a monolithic body brings legal action against one of it’s own, of course someone suffers. I’m glad that the Gauntlet saw through the legalistic quagmire and paid attention to the victim, someone most people could relate to more… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet:

Editor, the Gauntlet

By Jordan Bonner

In an effort to set the record straight regarding Вen Li’s article, I would like to point out a number of factual errors in the article. First, the cover of the Gauntlet states: "Impeachment attempt failed: Preston told truth on report but must apologize for comments made to slc." This is, in fact, completely incorrect.… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet

Editor, the Gauntlet

By Jordan Bonner

I was absolutely appalled upon reading such outright garbage about development in the Third World. As much as Mr. Farrell would like to have us believe that Jean Chr├ętien is doing too much for the Third World and that economic development will magically occur without aid for health or education in developing nations, I beg… Continue reading Editor, the Gauntlet