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April 09, 2009
  AirUC infected, IT docs come to rescuePDF files may take a moment to load

Last week, a number of students had trouble logging onto the AirUC wireless network.

The problems were at their worst Tuesday and Wednesday, but have since been fixed, said Network Services manager Doug Doran.

A Trojan DACP, a type of computer virus, infected computers and used them to send out fake IP addresses.

April 09, 2009
  Methadone clinic seeks new homePDF files may take a moment to load

A zoning violation could drive the Second Chance Recovery centre, one of Calgary's two methadone clinics, out of its current home and negatively impact the 500 clients receiving methadone treatment for drug addiction.

Last Tuesday, the city's subdivision and development appeal board upheld a city directive ordering the clinic to relocate from the northeast Greenview Industrial Park community and giving them a three-month extension to find the new location.

April 09, 2009
  New UrbanismPDF files may take a moment to load

As concerns about climate and energy grow, the way we live, work and play in our communities is increasingly important. New Urbanism advocates for sustainable, diverse development, where people can choose to walk, bike or use public transit. Garrison Woods and Kensington are great examples of how NU can be applied in Calgary.

April 09, 2009
  CorrectionPDF files may take a moment to load


In last week's article ["Grad students lose vote to bylaws," Sarelle Azuelos] it was incorrectly stated that Lindsay Penner was a masters student. She is a PhD student. The Gauntlet apologizes for any confusion this may have caused.


April 09, 2009
  SU supports faculty amalgamationPDF files may take a moment to load

With a possible arts faculty amalgamation around the corner, the Students' Union has taken another step to ensure that the quality of education for the students affected is maintained.

At the end of April, the University of Calgary board of governors will meet and vote on combining the arts, humanities, social science and communication and culture faculties. The Student Academic Assembly voted to support the reorganization on Monday.


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