The East Village, an area mostly associated with homelessness and prostitution, may soon be getting a long-awaited urban face lift. The city outlined its East Village master plan, a bold new direction for the derelict Calgary neighbourhood Sept. 16. The plan includes higher-end, commercial and residential growth and improved infrastructure which the city hopes will… Continue reading City ramps up East Village game plan
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Self-funded field hockeyers take aim at nationals
The economy has affected almost all of us, and while for most that means a few less dollars to spend, for Dinos Athletics it meant cutting the field hockey program. Last spring the Dinos announced they would be terminating funding to the field hockey team, effectively ending the program. Thanks to some hard work fundraising… Continue reading Self-funded field hockeyers take aim at nationals
Mount Royal joins university elite
The new semester at Mount Royal brings back new students as well as one important addition – university designation. With the name change from Mount Royal College, Mount Royal University joins four others in the province to become Alberta’s newest university. Premier Ed Stelmach granted the 98-year-old institution the right to use “university” in its… Continue reading Mount Royal joins university elite
Is the CRO the election puppetmaster?
I woke up last Tuesday morning and, like 24 per cent of University of Calgary students, I cast my ballot in the Students’ Union election. The experience was swift and uncomplicated– it takes about two minutes from start to finish– but mine was marked with an unpleasant surprise. After logging in, I was immediately presented… Continue reading Is the CRO the election puppetmaster?
You’re invited to 2219
By Emily Ask
After years of tossing around ideas for a television show, Aaron Kerr and Scott Lutley, both 23 and recent University of Calgary graduates, finally put their ideas into production last summer. Using mainly their own money, equipment and circle of friends, the webseries 2219 was born. The series follows the life, love and drama of… Continue reading You’re invited to 2219
Gauntlet’s Best 2010: Movies
By Ryan Pike
Ryan Pike (Popcorn Aficionado) 1. The Social Network Arguably director David Fincher’s most full-realized work, the film deftly analyzes the dawn of Facebook with a snappy script by Aaron Sorkin while juggling several stories at once. It’s a bio-pic. It’s a business story. It’s a story about the rise of the most important technological advance… Continue reading Gauntlet’s Best 2010: Movies
And the battleship is sunk: Gauntlet elections
Ha! I didn’t think it could feel so good to be graduating, but after Wednesday night’s election results were announced I learned what happiness truly means. Now that the paper has been turned over to the decrepit leadership of the smallest person in the office (Sarelle Azuelos, Editor-in-Chief elect) and noted provincial antagonist and onetime… Continue reading And the battleship is sunk: Gauntlet elections
President’s salary details angers campus
With news of University of Calgary president Harvey Weingarten’s $4.75 million pension raising eyebrows across campus, the auditor general cautions there may be more to come when he releases his annual provincial audit in October. The amount of Weingarten’s pension emerged Monday, along with news the numbers were left off the books for six years.… Continue reading President’s salary details angers campus
Election SWAT 2011
Every year, we see tonnes of posters sprayed across walls in anticipation of the SU election. Some posters are good. Some are bad. The Gauntlet Election SWAT team, consisting of Isaac “Techno” Azuelos, Brent “Cynic” Constantin and Andy “Sunny” Williams, brave the horrid conditions to offer a constructively critical perspective on SU election candidates’ posters.… Continue reading Election SWAT 2011