Breast cancer survivors now have the ability to find out whether they are likely to have a recurrence later in life with the help of a simple blood test recently developed by a group of University of Alberta researchers.
HALIFAX (CUP) — More than 300 people gathered at Dalhousie University on Jan. 10 to “unlearn” First Nations stereotypes in support of Idle No More.
After occupying the same office for 40 years, the University of Western Ontario (UWO), _The Gazette_, is being threatened with eviction after the school’s Students’ Council decided relocating the paper would be necessary to make way for a multi-faith space.
Patients with high blood pressure in their lung arteries can breathe easier now that scientists have identified a previously-undiscovered side effect to a common form of medication.
Alberta Minister for Health Fred Horne announced Wednesday afternoon that the Alberta government will be providing $1 million per year for three years in mental health funding to the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and University of Lethbridge.
The Students’ Union officially filed a judicial review against the University of Alberta Friday afternoon to appeal changes made to Lister Hall over the summer.
Gail Vaz-Oxlade has never once made a mistake with her money—or at least that’s the impression that the audience got during her sold-out talk “Money Truths Nobody Else Will Tell You” on Monday evening.
An evocative new public service announcement decrying the uses of homophobic slurs has sprung up from last semester’s anti-homophobic sensation, NoHomophobes.com.
Flightless feathered dinosaurs used to flaunt their plumage for attention when attracting mates, connecting the dots between some modern birds and their ancestors.
Move over, LeapFrog — the latest in video game education has students actually creating video games to help promote learning in a way that is not only engaging and educational, but genuinely fun.
Although Albertans are gradually becoming more physically active, over 40 per cent of them still need to go the extra mile, says a newly released report from the University of Alberta’s Centre for Active Living.
Campus Crime Beat for the week of Jan. 16, 2013.
SASKATOON (CUP) — More than one million hard-copy books are set to be removed from University of Saskatchewan libraries in the coming years.
On this special short edition of The Gateway Presents, we celebrate the Gateway’s 103rd birthday by telling some birthday stories and talking about The Gateway’s history.
Since this is a music blog and not an exhausted-consideration-on-moments-in-my-life Tumblr blog, what better way to gain some clarity to what I’ve listened to in the past 11 months than order and number songs (one for each month) that I’ve found to be the best and most worthwhile from the past eleven months?
Pandas basketball player and starting point guard Jessilyn Fairbanks didn’t always envision herself leading one of the hottest teams in CIS. In fact, Fairbanks’ path — from Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) standout to leading the charge for the Pandas on both ends of the court — has become one of the more intriguing storylines in varsity sports this year.
What renowned paleontologist Phillip Currie initially thought was a turtle shell poking out of the ground turned out to be an almost fully intact baby dinosaur — and one of the most significant finds of his career.
Ron Woodroof’s life is one of constant debauchery, highlighted by drug addiction, alcoholism and hypersexuality. When the homophobic electrician and amateur rodeo cowboy is diagnosed with HIV AIDS, he reacts with disbelief and anger, beginning Dallas Buyers Club, a powerful story of one man’s resilience amidst the 1980s AIDS epidemic from Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallée.