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October 11, 2001
  We said "push" the bed...PDF files may take a moment to load

One of the University of Calgary's oldest fraternity traditions is back on the road this weekend courtesy of the Lambda Mu chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.

On Sat., Oct. 13, members of the fraternity will launch the 19th annual Bed Push fundraiser for charity. Funds raised in the 2001 event will be donated to the Tom Baker Cancer Centre, with a fundraising goal of $2,500.

October 11, 2001
  The "crazies"PDF files may take a moment to load

The service industry is a curious thing. As many students-by-day and servers-by-night will attest, you'll piss somebody off if you work in service long enough.

"Crazies"--as they are affectionately known--are out there. If you've ever been a server, you've bumped into them. So what happens when the latest "crazy" has the power to really fuck you up?

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October 11, 2001
  Re: " Political 'Science '," Sept. 27, 2001,PDF files may take a moment to load

Editor, the Gauntlet,

After four years in Kinesiology, Gauntlet News Editor Ruth Davenport went in search of something a little "less scientific, less defined, and more subjective." Accordingly, she enrolled in two Political Science classes. It is clear that Ms. Davenport is disappointed with her choice. What is far less clear is why.

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October 11, 2001
  Votes, pleasePDF files may take a moment to load

What do sex, beer and tuition have in common? All were topics of debate at the recent Students' Union by-election forum

Events Commissioner candidates Scott Barrington and Ian Thorner squared off before a small crowd last Thurs., Oct. 4. Both Thorner, a third-year Biology student, and Barrington, a second-year Pre-management student, hope to fill the single Events Commissioner position left vacant from SU General Elections last March.

October 11, 2001
  Ever afterPDF files may take a moment to load

Exactly one month has passed since the day forever seared into our memories. It is undeniable that the world is very different from the one we knew. It is dawning on us that a war against terrorism's constant threat is necessary and justified, given what has recently transpired.

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