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Who wins in Sochi?

By David Song

As the opening ceremonies ignite in Sochi this week, hockey fans across a dozen nations will find themselves biting their nails as their country battles to bring home the coveted Olympic gold medal. Each country has sent their best and even the weaker squads will fight bitterly for a chance to reach the podium. Nevertheless,… Continue reading Who wins in Sochi?

Head-to-head: NFL preview

By David Bray

The 2013 National Football League season commences on Sept. 5. Gauntlet sports writers Marshal Wolff and David Bray got together to discuss the some key talking points coming into the year. Which team is your dark horse for this year? Marshal Wolff: For me, it’s the Kansas City Chiefs. I know they tied for the… Continue reading Head-to-head: NFL preview

No trash challenge at the U of C

By Emily Macphail

In March 2012, the University of Calgary’s sustainability coordinator Justin Brown challenged his co-workers to a month-long challenge to produce the least amount of waste possible. Brown decided to bring the clean bin challenge to the university after watching the documentary produced by Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin, who began a year-long challenge to buy… Continue reading No trash challenge at the U of C

Hooded Fang redefine do-it-yourself

By Taylor McKee

It seems all too often bands are eager to bemoan their city, country or circumstances. Hooded Fang, on the contrary, embrace their surroundings while sticking to their do-it-yourself approach that has given them creative control on the one hand and ultimate responsibility on the other. A seven piece band, consisting of members Daniel Lee, April… Continue reading Hooded Fang redefine do-it-yourself

Dinos fall in national semi-finals again

By Jon Roe

Game 1, Dinos versus Capers OTTAWA — The Dinos men’s basketball team ended the Cape Breton University Capers hoop dreams Friday. In the opening game of the quarterfinals of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Championships at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, the seventh-seeded Dinos won 82-74 over the second-seeded Capers. The win matched them up again against… Continue reading Dinos fall in national semi-finals again

NHL Preview: The West

By Lawrence Bailey

1. San Jose Sharks Due to the number of exceptional teams, the top seed in the Western Conference is one of the tougher spots to slot someone. The Sharks get the edge for a handful of reasons from the chemistry that comes from bringing back the same core that went to the Western Conference Finals… Continue reading NHL Preview: The West

Vyskocil is eventful

By Katie Hobday

The race for Vice-President Events was probably the least exciting in an election of epic proportions. With only two candidates running, it was also the smallest. “I’m super happy,” said Alex Vyskocil, who won with 2,954 votes. “I have wanted this position since last year, so it’s time.” Vyskocil, currently an Events Commissioner, says he… Continue reading Vyskocil is eventful