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Jessy Cheung • Samantha Lucy • Emily Macphail • Annie Randhawa • Sean Sullivan • Mark Villani

June 12, 2014
  Foothills stomp Whitecaps at Shouldice parkPDF files may take a moment to load

Calgary's new semi-pro soccer outfit, the Calgary Foothills U23s, managed a 2–1 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps U23s in a marquee exhibition match on Sunday at Shouldice park. Natneil Tecle and Johnny Wheeldon scored for Calgary. Current Dinos players Dominic Zator, Dominic Russo, James Gourlay and Kieran Hay were a part of the Calgary squad. 1,225 fans were in attendance.

June 12, 2014
  Two soccer hooligans butt headsPDF files may take a moment to load

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is underway. Gauntlet Sports writers Mark Villani and Scott Strasser got into a squabble over it and we documented it.

Who is this year’s dark horse?

June 12, 2014
  WolfCop brings fuzz to the forcePDF files may take a moment to load

Lou Grenou (Leo Fafard) is a lazy, alcoholic, womanizing cop in the small town of Woodhaven. After a satantic cult transforms him into a werewolf, he becomes WolfCop — a beast of a police officer who serves justice with fangs, fuzz and campy horror.

Unlike many horror films, WolfCop, which is now in theatres, doesn’t rely on CGI for its special effects. The practical effects bring a retro feel, reminiscent of old monster movies.

Wearing the WolfCop costume was fun and challenging, says Fafard.

June 12, 2014
  Bring a date to the Inglewood Night MarketPDF files may take a moment to load

Food trucks, art vendors and dancing in the street. These are a few of the draws of the Inglewood Night Market, which begins Friday, June 13.

Find It, a non-profit that hosts pop-up events around Inglewood and Ramsay, hope to showcase the neighbourhood’s food and arts vendors with the event.

Solita Work, Find It board director and volunteer, says the night market provides something unusual and exciting for Calgarians.

June 12, 2014
  Sled Island hosts block party for electronic music fansPDF files may take a moment to load

Sled Island Music and Arts Festival is upon us and Calgary’s electronic music lovers have plenty to be excited about.

The East Village Block Party — co-hosted by East Village Calgary and Sled Island and curated by the Hifi Club — will bring electronic dance music’s underground tastemakers to Calgary.

Sled Island’s marketing coordinator Drew Marshall says the Block Party started as a way to extend the reach of the festival.

June 12, 2014
  Shad on being a first-generation CanadianPDF files may take a moment to load

Canadian artist Shadrach Kabango, better known as Shad, has been making noise in hip-hop since 2005. In 2011, Shad took home the Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year, edging out fellow Ontarian Drake. Shad’s fans are accustomed to his thoughtful lyrics that explore his experience as a first-generation Canadian. We talked to Shad about the upbringing that helped him become a hip-hop mainstay.

The Gauntlet: Just to set this up, you were born in Kenya in ‘82 but you moved to London, Ontario, when you were pretty young?

June 12, 2014
  Letter to the editor: Bike parking storage not as cheap as it sounds PDF files may take a moment to load

"Thirty dollars for a whole year sounds remarkable to me.”

My guess is that Adam doesn’t cycle to school. If he did he would know that there are barely six months in the year when biking (pedal or motor) to school is feasible. And those are months when the fewest students attend U of C.

I appreciate SU’s efforts to protect our precious bikes, but let’s be realistic about the charges. Personally, I would rather pay $30 for a good lock and park my bike in a more convenient spot.


June 12, 2014
  UPass price set to increase by $5PDF files may take a moment to load

The price of your UPass will go up this September, but not by much.

Calgary Transit approved a $5 increase on the UPass for the fall semester, putting the total cost at $122 per semester.

The cost of the UPass is tied to the consumer price index and is subject to annual raises. If fees for transit customers who aren’t full-time University of Calgary students go up, yours do too, but only by 30 per cent of the total cost.


June 12, 2014
  Surveys signal changes to orientation weekPDF files may take a moment to load

Orientation Week programming will likely change as a result of two student surveys conducted last year.

Two organizations — the American College Health Association (ACHA) and the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) — surveyed students on student orientation and the transition to university.

Student and Enrolment Services addressed the findings of the surveys at a town hall on June 4.

NODA surveyed new U of C students while ACHA randomly selected 5,000 U of C undergraduate and graduate students to question.



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