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April 10, 2008
  Building bridges through artPDF files may take a moment to load

Tearing down the walls that block development and promoting the development of poverty-stricken countries is the main theme of the Nickle Arts Museum exhibit, Bridges that Unite running until Tue., Apr. 13. The exhibit focuses on how Canada has partnered with the Aga Khan Development Network, providing evidence of Canada's work over the last 25 years in underdeveloped countries.

April 10, 2008
  Scholarship created for single parentsPDF files may take a moment to load

Single parent PhD students have arguably more work and more expenses than undergraduates and will finally get some much needed financial assistance. University of Calgary communication and culture dean Dr. Kathleen Scherf saw a need for the annual $5,000 Dr. Jeanette Nicholls Graduate Scholarship and contacted other influential women in Calgary to make it happen. Scherf and seven other women came together to raise $100,000 for a long-term endowment.

April 10, 2008
  Getting personal with your history profPDF files may take a moment to load

Sitting in Dr. Herman Ganzevoort's office has always given me a sense of history. The irony of that statement should be duly noted. I didn't exactly know what I was searching for in university, but when it came to how I wanted to be treated by a professor the answer was very succinct. No bullshit, tell it to me straight. Don't hold back your opinion. Students pay thousands of dollars for an endowment of useless knowledge when often all we seek is the truth. Not in a metaphysical sort of way, but in a day-to day way.

April 10, 2008
  Counting beansPDF files may take a moment to load

And so it begins...

The first cup of coffee I ever had was late in my elementary school years in a grocery store near my house. I was with a friend and his mom buying supplies for a trip to his cabin when we strapping young lads decided that it would be a good idea to partake of the free coffee that was set up to the right of the doors, near the bakery. It was a nasty affair, loaded with sugar and cream and it thoroughly ruined my interest in coffee for years.

April 10, 2008
  Letter: Wapta tipsPDF files may take a moment to load

Editor, the Gauntlet,

[Re: "The Mighty Wapta," Chris Pedersen, Apr. 3 Gauntlet]

An exhilarating trip indeed, no matter how many times it's done.

Just a couple of quick observations:

1. When you go over Balfour Col, you can practically avoid all crevasses if you hang close to the rock ridge on the left. This is of particular benefit in white-out conditions because it leads almost all the way to Scott Duncan Hut.


April 10, 2008
  JUNOTACULARPDF files may take a moment to load

This past weekend, the Juno Awards came to Calgary for the first time. Somehow, the Gauntlet managed to snag accreditation for both the highly-publicized awards show on Sunday and the low-key gala the night before. Intrepid boy reporter and Entertainment Editor Ryan Pike recorded his experiences for posterity with over 10 pages of disorganized, handwritten notes and over an hour of audio recordings.


April 10, 2008
  No guest wristbands for BSDPDF files may take a moment to load

Students will have to find a way to smuggle their partners and best friends into Bermuda Shorts Day thanks to the University of Calgary's new no guests policy.

Students were dismayed to discover they could not bring their guests to this year's BSD, due to security concerns. The policy change was communicated through a one-line note on the BSD advertisement and on the Students' Union website Tue., Apr. 1.

April 10, 2008
  Let's play 'playoff prediction!'PDF files may take a moment to load

This week, resident Gauntlet hockey buffs Derek Neumeier and Ryan Pike take a turn looking at the match-ups for the first round of the NHL playoffs by western and eastern conference, respectively, as well as their prediction for which team will go home with the Cup. Please note that accuracy is not guaranteed.

[1] Detroit Red Wings vs. [8] Nashville Predators

April 10, 2008
  Editorial: Watching the world wake up from history... againPDF files may take a moment to load

December 27, 1979. 700 Soviet troops dressed in Afghan military uniforms occupy government, military and media buildings in Kabul. In response, United States president Jimmy Carter issued an ultimatum that the U.S. would boycott the upcoming 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow if the USSR. did not withdraw its troops by just after midnight on Feb. 20, 1980. The USSR didn't, and over 50 countries, including Canada, joined the U.S. in boycotting the summer games.

April 10, 2008
  Johnny's Super-Neat BloglogPDF files may take a moment to load

Live-blogging-blogging about things as they happen-has done much to illustrate the capabilities of the

internet to succeed where traditional print media has failed us miserably. In the spirit of these electronic

pioneer times, Bloglog live-blogs the best of the internet's live-blogs in an effort to keep you in touch with your digital blogofuture. Do you think that's air your breathing? It's Blogoair straight from the blogosphere,, haha.


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