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December 07, 2000
  Domestic genocide is more than a soundbytePDF files may take a moment to load

When does ignorant hypocrisy become indiscriminate genocide? As a nation, Canada prides itself as a defender of human rights, as an upholder of sacred freedoms and as the innovators and torchbearers of the peacekeeping mantle. Why then do we not practice what we preach?

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December 07, 2000
  Graduate finance issues ignoredPDF files may take a moment to load

Tucked away in a mostly ignored corner of the third floor of Mac-Ewan Student Centre, Viola Cassis' office gets crowded in a hurry. Because she shares the office with the rest of the Graduate Students' Association Executive, the state of the office seems to mirror the amount of attention Cassis perceives issues of graduate finances receives.

December 07, 2000
  Holiday wishesPDF files may take a moment to load

In keeping with the upcoming bank holiday "Gift-o-Gasm"--which some fools still call "Christmas"--the Gauntlet editorial board would like to hand out hypothetical gifts this year to our friends and neighbours in the University of Calgary community. Warning: No actual gifts will be given out. This is strictly therapeutic.

December 07, 2000
  Health not the real issue in Deli closingPDF files may take a moment to load

Editors, the Gauntlet,

Re: "Delhi Deli closing," Nov. 30, 2000

Last week in the Gauntlet you published an article on the closing of the Delhi Deli. You quoted [Matt] Lauzon as saying that the closure was done for the benefit of students, "for reasons of profit and to provide students a healthier selection of food." One of these reasons is blatantly false.

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December 07, 2000
  Watch out for the holePDF files may take a moment to load

Much like drinking, stressing and ditching classes, sights and sounds of construction have become a mainstay for University of Calgary students. With MacEwan Hall expansion and renovations and the continued construction of the Information Communications Technology building, the university is growing again. There are three major areas of construction: the ICT building, MacHall expansion (the big hole in the ground where the Rock used to be) and renovations of Students' Union and club offices.

December 07, 2000
  CJSW worries about dead airPDF files may take a moment to load

Running a radio station is a tough business, especially when you don't know how long you're going to be able to use your broadcasting tower.

For the past 15 years, CJSW has housed their broadcasting tower on the SAIT campus, but in January 2000, they received a letter informing them the tower must be moved by Nov. 30 of that same year. Though the tower was still at SAIT on Dec. 7, the situation cannot continue much longer.

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