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August 30, 2002
  Important phone numbersPDF files may take a moment to load

Gauntlet: 220-7750

CJSW request line: 220-3991

NUTV: 220-3398

U of C President Dr. Harvey Weingarten: 220-5460

SU President Matt Stambaugh: 220-7048

Campus Security: 220-5333

Premier Ralph Klein: 780-427-2251

Panago Pizza: 310-0001

Learning Minister Lyle "Bubba" Oberg: 780-427-2025

Calgary Birth Control Association: 283-5580

U of C Registrar's Office: 220-5517

U of C Body Bequeathal Program: 220-6895

August 30, 2002
  A useful guide for the pragmatic studentPDF files may take a moment to load

As a frosh, you'll hear some scary lingo on campus. Fear not: The following guide will help it all make sense.

Academic Probation: Also known as the dean's vacation, Academic Probation is what you will be considered "on" if your gpa drops below 1.70. Academic Probation (or "AP") is also the name of a section in the Gauntlet. Most Academic Probation editors in fact flirted with a 1.70 GPA during their term as AP editor. Ironic, yes?

August 30, 2002
  Student journalism goodPDF files may take a moment to load

Late production night. You're sitting in front of a computer screen until your brain becomes deoxygenated because of the lousy air-circulation system, in old MacEwan Hall then as your butt goes numb and your neck aches and as you're typing up that last minute article while the deadline creeps up on you like the wolfman in a bad 1940s Lon Chaney Jr.

August 30, 2002
  U of C legends and mythsPDF files may take a moment to load

Listen up, frosh. The following are some of the infamous and lesser-known stories about the U of C; stories you'll no doubt relish and tell to your grandchildren some day. Most are true; one or two might be very recently fabricated in the hopes they will circulate and add colour to a campus which can be a little drab from time to time. Happy reading!

August 30, 2002
  SU FeesPDF files may take a moment to load

Where does your SU fee go? Read below, or go to the site we "adapted" this from.

The Students' Union General Fee ($33.00 FT / $14.50 PT)

This fee pays for MacEwan Student Centre and subsidize the operating costs of the SU.

NUTV ($3.50 FT / $3.25 PT)

This fee is used for general operating expenses of the autonomous student television station.

CJSW ($4.00 FT / $4.00 PT)

August 30, 2002
  LibraryPDF files may take a moment to load

So you're new here and you're supposed to write your first paper, make a presentation or just want to know something in greater detail. If so, this article is for you.

August 30, 2002
  Private places for private partsPDF files may take a moment to load

Having sex, bumping uglies, stocking the stink wallet, dipping the cone, hiding the love sausage, poking the whiskers, making nice-nice, doing the horizontal hokey-pokey, makin' bacon, humping, copulating, making whoopee, getting laid, riding, shagging, fornicating, screwing, fucking. Whatever you call it, it usually amounts to inserting tab a into slot b.

August 30, 2002
  Looking at pornPDF files may take a moment to load

Odds are, you will use a computer while on campus. Regardless of why you need to use university computers, you're taking up space.


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