Volume 93, Issue 33

Thursday, October 28, 1999


NEWS

Animal researchers targeted

Facutly complaint makes Carleton ad history

Student council endorses officer's pay increase

Tax freeze priority of city budget

Chinese language to surpass French

Pigs fill trough of medical research

Briefs

Bass ackwards

Briefs





Speak easy


The Arts Students' Council is inviting all undergraduates interested in pursuing a post-graduate degree to attend an information session tonight.

Graduate students from the philosophy, English, French, Spanish, modern languages, literature and visual arts departments will be answering questions.

"People can speak to the grad students about anything, like what being a grad student entails," said Tanya Demjanenko, the council's academic commissioner.

She added food and beverages would be provided at the free event, taking place between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Rm. 202 at University College.

–Nina Chiarelli






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