Built for speed

By Gauntlet Staff

Kyle Reboyna, fourth-year Geology student and one of the potential drivers of the University of Calgary Solar Car, takes a sun-powered zip around Parking Lot 10 in the prototype car. The student-built car will represent the U of C in The North American Solar Challenge running from Austin, Texas to Calgary, Jul. 17-27. For details… Continue reading Built for speed

More student seats

By Chris Beauchamp

With luck, the University of Calgary will be able to admit more students into high-demand programs this September. The Access Growth Fund, part of Bill 1, commits $90 million to the province’s post-secondary institutions over the next three years to increase access to existing programs. The initial Fast Track 2005 commitment promises to make $14… Continue reading More student seats

Get up and grow

By Emily Senger

The last season finale has run its course, the summer solstice is a month away and the University of Calgary Community Garden wants to give students and community members a reason to get outside and enjoy Calgary’s limited months of sunshine. The U of C Community Garden occupies approximately 7,500 square feet of land west… Continue reading Get up and grow

NUTV raises its voice

By Chris Beauchamp

Campus broadcaster NUTV is planning to pump up the volume in MacEwan Student Centre. In September, NUTV hopes to revitalize its closed-circuit TV system by turning the volume up on the monitors located throughout the MSC food court during a daily two-hour programming window. Plans also include programming changes to highlight the best the station… Continue reading NUTV raises its voice