Volume 95, Issue 49
Wednesday, November 28, 2001
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Tories receive poor marks
Poll: education policy not supported

Ontario professors are hoping a recent study of London residents, which suggests public support for the Tories is waning, will lead Queen's Park to increase support for universities.

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No bus pass for you!

While full-time Western students enjoy the luxuries of a universal bus pass, part-timers will, it seems, continue to pay full price for a ticket to ride.

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Rye High sets sights on laptop learning

A new, compulsory laptop policy at Toronto's Ryerson Polytechnic University has information technology students all wired up.

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U.S. makes disturbing discovery

United States military officials now believe Osama bin Laden loyalists used more than 40 sites in Afghanistan to conduct research into chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.

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©Lauren Starr/Gazette
AS THE BUS DROVE AWAY, ALANA REALIZED LOVE HURTS - THAT WAS THE FIFTH BUS DRIVER TO DUMP HER THIS WEEK.  Fifth-year administrative and commercial studies student Alana Poulie waited for the bus at Alumni Hall yesterday. Where have all the nice bus drivers gone?.

 


Songstress Emm Gryner pours some sugar on fans


Emm Gryner's not going to lie to you.

"I'm not denying the fact that I'm taking the time to make my next album," she admits. "There are a couple of times when it almost came together – and then things screwed up or I suddenly changed my mind."

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Women find ways to win

Don't ever think for a moment that sports is about anything more than the bottom line.

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