August 18, 2014
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Gateway Alumni Association

The GAA is a union of all students, past and present, who have worked at the Gateway, the student newspaper at the University of Alberta. It’s run by a volunteer Executive Committee, supported by the Office of Alumni Affairs at the U of A. All former paid staff of the newspaper are members of the Association, as well as any former Gateway volunteer who had more than 5 contributions to the paper.

Check out the GAA website. We are also always more than happy to get alumni involved in current Gateway events or simply hear from them and listen to their stories about their times at the paper. If you are a Gateway alumni or know of one who would like to be involved or tell their story, please email the .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or give them a call at (780) 492-5168.

The latest alumni newsletter can be found here.

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Doin’ You: Quick and easy tie dye

The Gateway shows you how to stylishly channel your summer festival attendance into psychedelic print.

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The Vexed Vagina: Transcending tampon territory with the DivaCup


Other than the fact that it hurts and makes me hungry, the biggest thing that bugs me about my period is that it costs a lot of money over time. Not only do I have to endure a week every month of no nice underwear, no sex (but if that’s your thing, all the power to you) and, God forbid, no white pants, I also have to shell out at least $10 every time on bleached cotton. Until a couple months ago.

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#fitspo: How social media shapes fitness culture


The girl in the before and after photo is beautiful — both before and after her drastic 130-pound weight loss.

PhD candidate returns from mock voyage to Mars


Living in an isolated Mars simulator was going pretty well for Ross Lockwood until one of the toilets gave out.