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Orange crushed: How the balance of power swung back to the political right in the 2019 Alberta election

By Jason Herring, April 25 2019 — With the dust settled and ballots counted from the 2019 Alberta election, Rachel Notley’s New Democratic Party goes down in history with an unenviable distinction — being the only party in Alberta’s history to fail to win a second term of government.  The April 16 election ended with a hefty majority for Premier-elect Jason…

Gauntlet alumna wins Pulitzer Prize, awarded honorary degree from U of C

By Kristy Koehler, April 25 2019 — “Money, power, and greed — what more could a reporter want?” asked New York Times investigative reporter Susanne Craig in January of her 18-month investigation of Donald Trump’s finances. Craig, a former Gauntlet reporter, was speaking to writers at campus papers across the country during her keynote speech at NASH, the annual student journalism…

Student uses Marie Kondo method, destroys Earth

By Anton Charpentier, April 24 2019 — When Marie Kondo set out to teach lazy Americans the art of tidying up, she expected them to open up space in their homes, not destroy our planet. It all started during exam break, when third-year student Douse Doom decided to watch their favourite Netflix show, Tidying Up…

Jump rope provides the ultimate ass-kicking

By Tori Taylor, April 24 2019 — Jump rope isn’t just for boxers or pre-teens at recess. It’s one of the most toning full-body workouts and requires very little equipment. Sneaker up, clear some floor space, make sure you’re in an area with a high ceiling and jump that rope. If you haven’t skipped in…

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