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Tagged August 7 2014


Campus Security changes email alert language

By Alexander Kim, August 7, 2014 —

Campus Security has added a statement to security alerts to emphasize that victims of sexual assault are not responsible for the actions of their attackers.

The statement begins with “a victim of a … Read the rest


On the Road to Shambhala

Two of the Gauntlet’s own are on the road to Shambhala. We’ve been annoying our colleagues all week with filthy drops whimpering from blown speakers, and it’s been a few years since either of us have been to the festival … Read the rest


CJSW’s Slurpee Cup raises money for charity

By Ashton Chugh, August 7, 2014 —

Campus media, local bars and amateur athletes are preparing for the 17th annual CJSW Slurpee Cup street hockey tournament on August 23. The one-day tournament raises money for various charities.

“We ask local … Read the rest

CJSW turns up signal this month

By Chris Adams, August 7, 2014 —

Your favourite campus radio station is getting some exciting upgrades this year. CJSW boosted their signal from 4,000 to 18,000 watts in July and are working on a new website that will automatically … Read the rest

Get out and have fun this August

By Liv Ingram and Connor Sadler, August 7, 2014 —

With the fall semester just a calendar flip away, you’re running out of time to have awesome summer adventures. But don’t despair, August is full of events that will help … Read the rest


Seven ways to end summer with a bang

By Miranda Krogstand and Ashton Chugh, August 7, 2014 —

August signals the end of summer. The Gauntlet came up with seven cost-effective ways to get outside and soak up the last of the sun.

Rafting down the Bow

The … Read the rest


New music: Rebeccca Lappa

By Conn0r Sadler, August 7, 2014 —

In her latest album, Edmonton-born Rebecca Lappa blends folk and classical vocals to create Ode to Tennyson, her fourth full-length album. The album is inspired by the works of 19th century British poet … Read the rest


New music: The Sturgeons

By Kate Jacobson, August 7, 2014 —

Straight from the Canadian Prairies, the Sturgeons make music that is equal parts nostalgia and Canadiana. As a folk album, This Is typifies the charm of the genre — music that is honest, … Read the rest

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