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Dinos ringette team focuses on teamwork

By Mariah Lee, January 31 2017 — In the 14 years that the Dinos ringette team have been on campus, head coach Murray Pettem has seen numerous athletes grow as players, teammates, students and women. Pettem’s history with the team started when his daughter was a player during their inaugural season in 2003. He became…

Gauntlet staff make their 2018 Polaris Prize picks

The Polaris Prize will be awarded to the best Canadian album of the last year on Sept. 17. Here’s the albums we think deserve to be recognized as the True North’s best. Alvaays — Antisocilites Antisocialites was conceived between 2014 and 2016, during Molly Rankin’s break from the huge success of Alvvays debut album. She…

Calgary frolics at 2018 Folk Fest

By Thomas Johnson, August 1 2018 — Ah, the Calgary Folk Fest: our city’s most magical weekend. A four-day sojourn into the intimate depths of Prince’s Island Park, a lush greenery sequestered in the heart of our city, a million kilometres from work though somehow only about 200 metres from civilization. Arriving at the onset of another…

Budget increase won’t solve Calgary’s snow management issues

By Mariah Wilson, March 20 2018 — Recently, it’s been challenging to navigate Calgary as a pedestrian. The abnormally large amount of snow that’s fallen this winter, along with the subsequent melt, has blocked access to sidewalks, driveways and bus stops. The current state of these spaces is especially problematic for people with mobility issues, such…

Gauntlet Editorial Board: Best albums of 2017

2017 is done. Gone. Buh-bye. We may be kissing another tumultuous year farewell, but the music it brought will stick with us for a long time. Amazing albums arrived for every taste and the Gauntlet’s Editorial Board enjoys a range of tunes. We may not agree on everything, but we all had something we loved…

New yoga series incorporates touch-based healing

By Christie Melhorn, October 24 2017 —  Most of us are familiar with the concept that the mind, body and spirit are unified. But we likely understand the power of that unity and the value of strengthening it to a lesser extent. During my first year at the University of Calgary, I viscerally learned how…

Campus Style: Autumn Edition

By Gloria Beltran. Photos by Mariah Wilson. Kristine Arreola “I get my inspiration from ‘90s R&B music videos.” Third-year kinesiology student Kristine Arreola is taking advantage of the fleeting warm weather on campus with this look. Kristine styled a thrifted button-down by knotting the front and wearing it off the shoulder. She paired it with…

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