Volume 95, Issue 72
Friday, February 8, 2002
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Candidates clubbed to death
Presidential wannabes answer club queries

Yesterday, at the University Students' Council presidential club forum, candidates responded to questions pertaining, in particular, to USC clubs and their expectations of next year's leader.

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Students sentenced to high tuition

Students thinking about a career in law may have to dig deeper into their pockets if they want to attend law school at the University of Toronto.

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Day of Action raises national concerns

In the wake of Wednesday's national Day of Action protests, increasing concern has been expressed coast-to-coast by students and university leaders concerning future tuition fees.

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Afghan culture show raises cash for kids

A short reading from the Koran and the singing of the Afghan national anthem kicked off "We Want to Help," a fundraising campaign for the women and children of Afghanistan, in the University Community Centre atrium yesterday.

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ŠKayla Silver/Gazette
VESTS - THEY MAY NOT HAVE SLEEVES, BUT THEY SURE ARE SPARKLY. Karima Painda sits next to various Afghani cultural paraphernalia during the "We Want To Help" campaign in the University Community Centre atrium Thursday.



Spicy pad Thai heats up the downtown core


Some people will try anything to stay warm. Luckily, there is a solution cheaper than a flight to Jamaica.

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