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<p>Grace Elekwa • Holly Flegal • Connor Goodfellow • Laura Haitel • Zainil Jessani • Farah Kammourieh • Salimah Kassamali • Kaleem Khan • Tobias Ma • Devin MacInnis • Fabian Mayer • Dawn Muenchrath • Justin Seward • Elizabeth Scott • Sean Sullivan • Louie Villanueva • Jeremy Woo • • • Devastatingly handsome and exceptionally dressed, Curtis Wolff seems poised to become the most suave Gauntlet writer ever, and for this reason we award him the prestigious Golden Spatula award. Whether he is grilling potential SU candidates or hunting down sports — all of them — Curtis is surely on a path to journalistic stardom.</p>

March 07, 2013
  Topfreedom: the right of women to bare breastsPDF files may take a moment to load

There have been many advances in feminism and equality for women in the 21st century. However, the battle is far from over. Despite the popular idea that rights for women are far more advanced than they were one or two generations ago, women still experience both legal and social inequalities and double standards. One double standard that is still prominent is the inability of women to go topless in public.


March 07, 2013
  Freedom with limitationsPDF files may take a moment to load

Tom Flanagan is dead wrong. But he is right about one thing: counseling and therapy should be the first approach to dealing with child abusers and possessors of child pornography. This should be the case for any criminal offence, but the fact is that the Canadian justice system is unable to provide these services for abusers of the law.


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March 07, 2013
  Trainer’s corner: Lifting from the hipsPDF files may take a moment to load

Jordan Bierkos is a graduate of the University of Alberta physical education program and is currently a student at the University of Calgary in the faculty of law. He is a certified Olympic weightlifting and football coach; a strength and conditioning specialist; and was the head strength coach for the Edmonton Eskimos for two years.


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March 07, 2013
  Qatar nursing offers unique opportunitiesPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary campus in Qatar is expanding its international profile. UCQ has grown considerably since its inception in 2007 and shows no signs of slowing down. 


UCQ offers bachelor’s and graduate degrees in nursing, as well as an exchange program with U of C nursing students in Calgary.


March 07, 2013
  So it all goes to shitPDF files may take a moment to load

Well, we’re all fucked. Just when you thought student journalism was a reliable source of all things happening on campus, a new set of editors is elected to stir shit up — and not in a good way. The incoming editor-in-chief Susan 
Anderson and the incoming news editor Riley Hill plan to screw things up as much as possible. 


March 07, 2013
  #NoHomophobesPDF files may take a moment to load

‘Faggot,’ ‘dyke,’ ‘no homo’ and ‘so gay’ are four slurs that have been used over 15 million times on Twitter since July 5, 2012. 


Nohomophobes.com is a website that was launched by researchers at the University of Alberta that charts homophobic language in the English-speaking world.


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