USC presidential race gets crowded
The number of candidates running for University Students' Council
president keeps rising as two new names – one a female – entered the race
In the ghetto: kids go home hunting
As January nears an end, students – especially those in first-year – are
rushing to find living arrangements for next year and, in the process, are
discovering the many pitfalls and factors to consider.
Journalist slams mainstream media
Fundamentalism as a serious religious, social and political movement is
unexamined in the mainstream media, said Vision TV's Rita Deverell at a
guest lecture yesterday.
Sit-in ends in punch-up, Guelph students claim
Students protesting at the University of Guelph are alleging a sit-in got
out of control yesterday before they abandoned the lock-down.
SCIENCE FACT: The furniture upholstery in the average student home is so
saturated with alcohol that if you sucked on it, you could get drunk. It's
New age art show casts Shadow of doubt
Sometimes it takes a new perspective to clearly see the images we have
come to accept in our daily lives.
Sleeping giant decimates York
Women ballers split weekend series at home
If adversity creates character, the Mustangs women's
basketball team is well-prepared for the season's home stretch.