Author: Charley Dutil

Underdog candidates all over the country will hope Monday is their lucky day as they cross the finish line on grueling campaigns. For most, their campaign objective was simple: find an effective way to get your name and ideas out in the community to convince people that you deserve their vote on election day. But as an underdog up against a better-funded and better-known opponent this task can be near-impossible.

Loss to McGill sets up must-win against Sherbrooke on Oct. 20 The Gee-Gees men’s rugby club faced the McGill club down at Matt Anthony Field on Thursday. McGill sat in third place of the RSEQ before the game with a 2-1 record, while the Gee-Gees sat in fourth place with a 2-2 record. McGill took …

The U of O fastball club came very close to pulling an impressive upset this weekend at the Ontario championships hosted by McMaster University in Hamilton. Beating two fastball powerhouses to make it to the finals, the Gees faced a Western Mustang team on a streak of nine championships in a row.

The Gee-Gee’s defeated the Carleton Raven 32-10 in the 51st Panda Game at TD Place Saturday afternoon. Trailing at the half, the Gees were opportunistic, taking advantage of Carleton’s errors to tie the game and take the lead thanks to fumble recoveries from defensive linemen Tramayne Stephen and Francis Perron.

Every year, the Panda Game draws thousands of students to the streets of Sandy Hill for massive parties. United by the drive to take down the Carleton Ravens and fuelled by booze, these street parties make national news. Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening this Saturday morning.

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