In this week’s podcast, the opinion crew talks about legalized drunk driving in Ireland and a woman who’s in love with a deer.
This week on the opinion podcast: the U of A’s Faculty of Nursing getting a bailout, the potential eradication of Twinkies, and nuns having fun.
This week, Alana Willerton and Kate Black discuss the latest updates in the SU’s campus musical and the upcoming Royal Bison Art & Craft Fair.
In this week’s opinion podcast, the crew dishes on the Students’ Union’s involvement in the Lister negotiations, the Edmonton police chief asking for 20 million dollars and Canada’s graphic cigarette warnings.
The Nov. 8 edition of The Gateway Presents, a twice-monthly U of A news roundup produced by Gateway staff in conjunction with CJSR 88.5 FM.
This week, the opinion crew offers a special extended podcast analyzing the results of the U.S. election.
This week, the Arts & Culture crew dishes about Oprah coming to Calgary, the opening of Simons at WEM, and the AGA’s upcoming Refinery party.
The Oct. 25 edition of The Gateway Presents, a twice-monthly U of A news roundup produced by Gateway staff in conjunction with CJSR 88.5 FM.
This week, the Arts & Culture crew dishes about the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Taylor Swift’s new album.
In this week’s opinion podcast, the crew dishes on the privatization of the southeast LRT line and the Florida Governor who accidentally gave out a sex line instead of a meningitis information number.
After a hiatus last week, the arts & culture crew is back to dish on the Edmonton Comic Expo and the recent Bieber-mania that swept the city.
This week, the opinion group talks about dodgeball, the HUB shooting report, and stolen maple syrup.
This week, the Arts & Culture crew dishes about the Singer Songwriter Series on SUBstage and CJSR’s FunDrive.
This week, the opinion team recommends keeping an emergency pig in your backyard due to the predicted global bacon shortage.
The arts and culture crew dishes about The Weeknd coming to town and this year’s Edmonton International Film Festival.
Daryl Katz and the downtown area, a potential ban on minors using tanning beds, and a man having sex with a donkey: it’s all in this week’s opinion podcast.
In this week’s Arts & Culture podcast, the group dishes on Studio Theatre’s newest production, Paul McCartney’s concert tickets, and the latest pop culture drivel.
This week, the opinion group talks about the sexual misconduct allegations against the U of A’s head of psychiatry, the closing of the Iran embassy in Canada, and the porn police in Iceland.
This week, the arts and culture staff dishes on Cavalia, the Blue Revue Festival, and Western Canada Fashion Week.
After a long summer, the opinion team finally makes their podcast comeback. This week, they talk about the Lister controversy and the recent Quebec election.
Lindsay Lohan’s hijinks, the cancellation of Jersey Shore, and new American Idol judges: it’s all covered in the inaugural Arts & Culture podcast. Plus, the group dishes on the latest Edmonton arts news, including commentary on the Fringe and the musical lineup for Week of Welcome.
For the final show of the year, Ryan, Darcy and Adrian sit down for an hour and talk about stuff they like.
The remnants of chivalry still linger today, especially in the dating world.