The Gateway is the official student newspaper at the University of Alberta. It is published most Wednesdays during the academic year (with three issues during the spring/summer term) by the Gateway Student Journalism Society (GSJS), a student-run, autonomous, apolitical not-for-profit organization, operated in accordance with the Societies Act of Alberta.
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- To sponsor advancement of education of University of Alberta students through the various practices of journalism and the publication of the Gateway.
- To provide a fair, reliable, and clear source of information, focused mainly, but not exclusively, on issues which directly affect students, whether they are local, national, or international.
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More than 40 years later, does the acting industry still practice maltreatment towards Aboriginal people and misappropriate the culture? According to Aboriginal actress Roseanne Supernault, the acting industry may be on the brink of fundamental change.
After several tumultuous months since the province announced its budget on March 7, the Board of Governors finally approved the University of Alberta’s 2013 Comprehensive Institutional Plan last Monday.
Newly admitted students will likely see an overhaul to the University of Alberta registration process for the 2014–15 year, including a increase to the confirmation deposit from $175 to $500.
Long-anticipated renovations kicked off in the Students’ Union Building last Monday, as workers began gutting office spaces on the third and fourth floors for the first phase of construction.