Volume 91, Issue 75
Wednesday, February 11, 1998
Although well attended, Monday night's Our Lady Peace concert at Thompson arena was not without incident.
The University Police Department reported a request at 9:58 p.m. for two ambulances to be sent to the arena, explained Const. Wendy McGowan. Tony Brenner, manager of Thompson arena, said the ambulances were called for two females who were suffering from the heat and the close environment while dancing in the mosh pit at the concert. He added one of the females was taken to hospital, but there were no serious injuries involved.
McGowan added police received a call at 7 p.m. Monday night from a female in Alumni House reporting stolen concert tickets from her room.
Wanna' buy a kiss?
Bring your chapstick and pucker on up to the atrium of the University Community Centre tomorrow and Friday because for $1 Sigma Nu fraternity will be selling bags of Hershey's kisses to give your favourite valentine.
All proceeds will go towards the Heart and Stroke foundation, said Sigma Nu member Jeremy Galea.
It's time to send the University Students' Council candidates to the podium.
Today and tomorrow, students will be voting for the positions of USC president, science faculty president, social science USC councillors and USC councillors. Full-time students will also have the opportunity to vote on the bus pass referendum, explained USC Chief Returning Officer Tim Morris. He reminded students to bring both parts of their student card to any of the following 21 polling stations across campus to cast their vote.
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