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I wanna be like Jean

By Bonnie Leung

The Magna Scholarship Fund is offering its annual $10,000 As Prime Minister Awards to students across Canada to come up with new ideas to improve the country. According to Magna of Canada Scholarships Managing Director Joan Crocker, students can enter the competition until June 5. "Students write an essay whichis 2,500 words," she said. "After… Continue reading I wanna be like Jean

CJSW, NUTV relocation delayed, again

By John Leung Chung-Yin

After a slow summer, the MacEwan Student Centre third-floor redevelopment is finally back on track. Despite a promising start in April, the project was delayed by the removal of hazardous asbestos, a saturated construction market, and specific issues to the new occupants–CJSW, NUTV and the Multi-Faith Prayer Room and Chapel. According to Students’ Union Project… Continue reading CJSW, NUTV relocation delayed, again

Travel Supplement Introduction

By Lawrence Bailey

The contents of this supplement are a little immature, especially as far as travel goes, considering the bulk of the authors and photographers are new to the game. Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia… these are not the Himalayas, Burundi or even Russia. Most of your friendly neighbourhood student journalists are not that different than… Continue reading Travel Supplement Introduction

Looking forward

By John Leung

Another year has gone by, fading into the annals of history. Looking back on the year that was, it was filled with many an up and down, many a cheer and a disappointment. It was a year that was black in its dreariness and brilliant in its successes (depending on what view one takes). So,… Continue reading Looking forward

Pablo, honey?

By Gunner Calhoon

The Gauntlet Tier 2 elections took place Wed., March 20. As per usual, there was a hand grenade thrown square at the crotch of democracy."None of the races were even contested," said an obviously drunk Editor-in-Chief-elect Kris Kotarski, who swept to victory two weeks before. "These bastards didn’t even have to campaign.""What are we, the… Continue reading Pablo, honey?

Earth peers into India’s past

By Micheal Leung

No, you won’t find any lesbians here. That’s just the way it is with Earth, Deepa Mehta’s second film in her nominally-tied trilogy. Mehta’s first film in the set, Fire, caused much controversy in India and abroad because of its radical sexual orientation themes. During screenings in India, rioters crashed the now-banned film, breaking glass… Continue reading Earth peers into India’s past

Profs graded online: Teaching evaluations on the infonet deemed “very useful”

By Bonnie Leung

Have you been online lately? If so, you might have seen the results of last fall’s Students’ Union standardized teaching evaluations, posted three weeks ago.Access to Fall 1998 teaching evaluations is available though the Infonet Services Menu at http://www.ucalgary.ca/infonet. However, ratings for winter session will not be available until Sept. 15.According to SU Vice-president Academic… Continue reading Profs graded online: Teaching evaluations on the infonet deemed “very useful”