2002-10-10

    
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October 10, 2002
  GrimSkunkPDF files may take a moment to load

Just over a week ago, the Den was blown away by the return of GrimSkunk. Having not been in Calgary in four years, the Quebec-based band returned to happily awaiting fans.

"It was great to come back to Calgary," comments singer/rhythm-guitarist Franz. "I'm really surprised at the reception the band got after four years. I thought that maybe people would have kinda forgotten about it and it's the opposite, people were totally stoked to see us."

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October 10, 2002
  New Den restrictions in effectPDF files may take a moment to load

Due to recent violence, the Den will immediately reduce operating hours, increase beer prices, and require students to sign in off-campus guests.

According to Students' Union President Matt Stambaugh, the changes are due to university demands. University of Calgary Vice-President Finance and Services Phyllis Heaphy notified the SU in a letter dated Oct. 8 that last call would be made earlier immediately.

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October 10, 2002
  Sharp Edges letter campaignPDF files may take a moment to load

Recently, the Gauntlet received a barrage of letters from a group on campus, all of whom objected to a negative critique in last week's paper. While we welcome dialogue with our readers, as students we must both appreciate and critically think about all sides of an issue.

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October 10, 2002
  U of C president sorely disappointsPDF files may take a moment to load

At the revelation that the University of Calgary's last president, Dr. Terry White, was leaving, there was a collective sigh of relief and sensation of anticipation across campus. No more would we be subjected to White's uh-uh-ums or his student-unfriendly policies. It was time for a change. With high expectations, we welcomed our current president, the affable and easy-going Dr. Harvey Weingarten.

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