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October 07, 1999
  Gauntlet misconstruedPDF files may take a moment to load

Editors, the Gauntlet

Re: "Gauntlet worse then Hitler,"

Letter, Sept. 30, 1999.

I would personally like to thank J. Svendson for his/her letter of last week.


October 07, 1999
  A brief history, told in present tensePDF files may take a moment to load

Student journalism is the last bastion of free speech.

You can print anything in a student newspaper, with only one condition: you have to be right or at least be able to prove you're not wrong.

We've all seen the results of big business in the media from the scandals at CBS news to our very own Calgary daily papers; moguls controlling the media, advertisers deciding what is newsworthy.

October 07, 1999
  The Wisdom of SolomonPDF files may take a moment to load

Last Thursday, as part of the official opening of the Information Commons, Evan Solomon presented his views on the technological and educational era in which we live.
Solomon's presentation was informative, lively and fun.

"I thought that it [Information Commons] would be like a Kinko's, some place where you can print or go on-line," said Solomon. "I was amazed at the thought that went into organizing the environment. I think you guys are really fortunate to have this place."

October 07, 1999
  Lies, damn funny liesPDF files may take a moment to load

The following is completely false.

The University of Calgary Students' Union stunned the transportation industry yesterday when it announced it was buying out Canadian Airlines International and moving its base to the university.

"We are pleased to announce that the SU has sent a proposal to Canadian Airlines," said SU President Rob South. "By buying the corporation and moving it to campus, it's a wonderful opportunity for our organization to expand beyond merely serving students at ground level."


October 07, 1999
  SU By-election forum "Exposing" says my News EditorPDF files may take a moment to load

MacEwan Hall Expansion topped the issues at a Students' Union by-election forum, held in the MacEwan Student Centre food court Monday.

The SU hosted the noon-hour event in an attempt to present the four Operations and Finance Commissioner candidates to the general student populace for the Oct. 6 to Oct. 8 by-election.

Each candidate displayed their platform and answer a few questions about their portfolio.


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