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Campus Style: Summer Edition

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, April 19, 2017 —   Emily Fenyvesi Third-year economics major Emily Fenyvesi is rocking this textured posh jacket and plaid scarf combination. Although her jacket is three years old, its timeless cut shows how a good fit is the gift that keeps on giving. The beige and tan notes of the jacket…

New Music: The New Pornographers

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, April 27 2017 — The New Pornographers haven’t changed much in their nearly two decades on the music scene. Whiteout Conditions is an album that’s almost frozen in time, much like the band themselves. The album is a powerful nostalgic trip with the usual stringy vocals backed up by discordant instrumentals. The eight-piece…

Sports journalism will thrive in digital age

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, April 6 2017 — Next year, the Gauntlet will transition from a weekly newspaper to a monthly magazine. With a new digital format and daily reporting on our website, this will have a largely positive outcome in the sports section. Our move reflects the increased digital demands from our readership and news…

The Gauntlet awards two Dinos with Extra Effort Awards

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, April 6 2017 — Every year, the Gauntlet gives out two Extra Effort Awards to a male and a female Dinos athlete at the annual Night of the Dino. Our female award winner this year is Temitope Ogunjimi. Ogunjimi exemplifies extra effort in everything she does — whether she’s playing for Dinos…

Scoutr Sports gives hockey players more autonomy

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, April 6 2017 — A new app developed by a former Canadian hockey player is giving athletes more autonomy in the trade process. Scoutr Sports is designed to help players review prospective or past hockey teams. It was created by Stormer Santana, a former Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) goalie from Sault Ste….

Fall Campus style highlights favourites that make a spring return to the U of C

by Emilie Medland-Marchen, April 04, 2017 — With warmth returning to the city, style on campus is changing. The Gauntlet took a look back at some fashion from fall 2016 that is leaking into spring. We reviewed the top trends of this year on campus — encompassing everything from the comeback of chokers, to ice-blonde…

Reduced ice surface makes kids’ hockey more inclusive

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, March 28 2017 — If you’ve ever watched a Timbits hockey game, you’ll know that it mostly consists of young kids chasing after a puck across a vast expanse of ice. But that will soon change with Hockey Canada’s new regulation making it mandatory that kids get their first introduction to the…

Campus Style: SLC Edition

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, March 28, 2017 — We tracked down the hottest styles present at Students’ Legislative Council so you don’t have to. Faculty of Science representative Tina Miller is killing it with this salmon pink blazer and lace peach camisole combination. Pale dogwood pink and hot pink were declared some of the hottest shades…

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