Volume 93, Issue 92

Thursday, March 23, 2000


Haskett says sorry

Pill accessibility increases

Eye disease put in focus

Study links number of car passengers to teenage accidents

Gas study criticized for being a smoke-screen

Head hunter talks about importance of high-tech skills


Caught on campus

Caught on campus

Rana Issa/Gazette
AND THEY SAID THE TWO-HANDED YO-YO WOULD NEVER CATCH ON. First-year administrative and commercial studies student Richard Leung put all one-handed yo-yoers to shame yesterday in the University Community Centre atrium.

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