Don’t call it a comeback — The Gateway‘s been here for years, and now it’s time to take a stroll down memory lane. Back to a decade where flannel-clad grunge bands gave way to frosted tipped boy bands, when everyone screamed, “I’m the king of the world,” gossiped about Ross and Rachel, Dawson and Joey or Zack and Kelly — yadda yadda yadda, basically you were happier back then. They were our halcyon days of naiveté and youth, but they inevitably led to you straight trippin’ your way into an impure, supposed maturity. Now it’s time to test how often you took to temptation, note how naughty you’ve been and put up your worst moments of going hella postal against all your friends in the 2014 Purity Test. So whoop, here it is!
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Germany ended Brazil’s dream of winning the World Cup in front of 200 million fans in emphatic fashion with a 7-1 drubbing of the host nation. But how could a team that has made it to the World Cup Final Four by defeating some of the world’s best capitulate in such an unbelievable manner? Here are some reasons that contributed to the perfect storm that was the most shocking result in footballing history.
Vice-President (Advancement) O’Neil Outar will be leaving the University of Alberta, effective August 31, 2014. Outar has accepted a position as senior associate dean and director of development for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University.