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Letter from the editor

In mid-August, the Gauntlet released a poll to determine what our readers would like to see in our election coverage, asking respondents to select the issues of importance to them, from climate change to immigration, from national defence to freedom of speech. There was also a place to fill in comments. It was in reading…

Textbooks: to buy or not to buy

By Serena Sajan, August 26 2019— As the new term begins and courses move from the “Shopping Cart” to the “Enrolled Courses” list in myUofC, it’s expected that you may be buying textbooks. But, students often wonder if those textbooks will actually be used throughout the term, or if it’s just another way for professors…

Foods to avoid for a clearer complexion

By Tori Taylor, August 25 2019 —  We are all too familiar with horribly-timed breakouts. I remember being told that bad skin was a problem for our puberty-ridden teenage phase. Low and behold, as most of us have discovered, that was a bold-faced lie. I am nearing my 30s and have had worse skin this…

Lies to tell when someone asks about your summer

By Frankie Hart, September 3 2019 — Everyone is settling into their fall schedules, which means one thing — swapping summer stories. But here’s the thing: you didn’t do a single thing that makes for good conversation. Whether you took unremarkable summer classes, chipped away at your summer job, took an ultimately disappointing trip or…

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