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February 26, 2004
  Campus chooses substancePDF files may take a moment to load

Was it the man, the message, or a combination of the two? No, Bryan West, I'm not talking about how you won; instead, there are many people on campus wondering how Phil Barski and his cabinet lost out on so many positions, only managing one executive seat.

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February 26, 2004
  Gauntlet editorial provides foresightPDF files may take a moment to load

Editor, the Gauntlet,

Re: "Making an example of the Gauntlet," Feb. 12 , 2004,

Dr. Osborn's critique of the form, rather than the substance, of the article in question is disappointingly narrow-minded. It is the latter which provides insight and engages the intellect.

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February 26, 2004
  Chris Blatch’s guide to the morning afterPDF files may take a moment to load

So you've woken up from a long night at the Den and cannot remember the past 12 hours. You do not know where you are, maybe not even who you are. This is not uncommon, and by following the simple steps below, you should be able to survive the ordeal.

Step 1: Stay calm

February 26, 2004
  Activity participated in by some... senatorsPDF files may take a moment to load

Brett Pearce and Matt Trotta are the U of C's two newest senators. The two won the race to represent students on the senate during the Students' Union general election.

Pearce, who won with 2,799 votes, said it felt great to come first, especially with such a large lead.

"I had hoped that my running mate [current Academic Commissioner] Kassim Amery would be elected as well," said Pearce. "We would have made a great team."

February 26, 2004
  Board of Govrnors rep re-electedPDF files may take a moment to load

Students re-elected Board of Governors representative Irene Enyedy for a second term.

For Enyedy it is a huge relief and a chance to continue her plans to implement change on the BOG.

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