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October 11, 2007
  Football team so hungry for the win, they're starvingPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary Dinos football team suffered two losses over the weekend. The first was a 42-17 thwacking at the hands of the University of Regina Rams Sat., Oct. 6 and the second first-year quarterback Jordan Flagel, being knocked out of the game with potentially season-ruining ligament damage to his thumb. The loss was the Dinos' fourth in a row and drops them to 1-4 on the season. Flagel completed all three of his passes for 23 yards before being taken out of the game in the first quarter.

October 11, 2007
  Jenkins weak for the WeakerthansPDF files may take a moment to load

A Mayoral candidate was caught sneaking into the Weakerthans concert at the MacEwan Hall Ballroom Tue., Oct. 9.

"[Jenkins] was informed when he arrived that he wasn't welcome to attend the show," said Backstage Support Services security supervisor Scott Jones. "He had an interview at the Gauntlet, and then afterwards he would be leaving the venue. What happened was when he finished at the Gauntlet he proceeded to enter the venue and tried to attend the concert, but he hadn't paid for it."

October 11, 2007
  U of C students present drunk driving video gamePDF files may take a moment to load

If you've ever turned on the television, chances are you've seen advertisements decrying drinking and driving--police officers being struck by drunk drivers, the road fogged over with empty pint glasses, and the horrible disfigurements of some child caused by an idiot who figured he'd be fine behind the wheel. This constant stream of advertisements with horrifying, depressing imagery has caused many people to habituate to the images, causing an ever-spiralling increase in disturbing and depressing tactics.

October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Jeremy ZhaoPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

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October 11, 2007
  The Great Campaign RiffPDF files may take a moment to load

Loathe as we are to admit it, we at the Academic Probation section of the Gauntlet are aware that we hold in our bosom a sacrosanct and ancient duty, an oath to society as old as our democracy itself. We, as journalists, are the ones who must stand up and be total dicks when the people in power, or those in whose designs power lurks, inevitably fall out of touch with society.

October 11, 2007
  Give us shelter! ...Please?PDF files may take a moment to load

Once upon a time, the chosen people journeyed westward in search of riches and a better life, away from their eastern oppressors. The West would give the chosen people a new start, promise of fortune and a place to lay the foundation for the family homestead.

October 11, 2007
  Disc Jockeys at the DenPDF files may take a moment to load

Soon, you may have a good reason for staying around campus after along week of classes--music at the Den from one of the well-known local club disc jockeys, Noah York City. The Students' Union vice president events Richard Freeman signed him up for new party night exclusive to the Den on Fri. nights, starting Oct. 12.

October 11, 2007
  New residence proposedPDF files may take a moment to load

A new residence building proposal is in the works to tackle the growing numbers of students in need of affordable housing.

Those involved in making the building plans are hoping the proposal will be completed by the end of the semester. If approved, the new building will help the school approach the recommended 15 per cent on-campus student residence rate in the Students' Union affordable housing document released earlier this month.

October 11, 2007
  Editorial: Unelect Dale HodgesPDF files may take a moment to load

It's October and the winter winds are starting to blow. Thankfully this year, the bitter cold weather is not only a sign of the changing seasons but also of a potential change in leadership with the Mon., Oct. 15th civic election almost upon us.

October 11, 2007
  Candidate Interview: Jonathan SunstrumPDF files may take a moment to load

1. What do you think the big issues in this election are?
2. How are you planning to address the city's crime problem?
3. What can the city do to ease the crunch on affordable housing?
4. What transportation infrastructure need would you address first?
5. What separates you from the other candidates?

1. I think one of the biggest issues in this election is accountability.

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