Volume 95, Issue 82
Friday, March 8, 2002
affairs of students
 
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-Budget 2002/2003-
Spoke fights 'stank'

The Wave and The Spoke are looking towards the future in the wake of Wednesday night's introduction of the 2002/2003 University Students' Council budget.

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Jesus called into question

Whether looking for inspiration, confirmation of their own beliefs or heated theological discourse, many students came out for a debate last night at the Richard Ivey School of Business between Islam and Christianity over the importance of Jesus.

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The 65 per cent question
Admin, USC continue soph bed debate

The University Students' Council's discussion about guaranteed residence beds for sophs ended late Wednesday night, but the fight between the USC and Western administration continues.

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CFS slams Pierre Trudeau scholarship

The federal government's recently announced Trudeau Foundation Fellowship – a $125 million scholarship fund – has been labelled "gimmicky" by one national student group.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
HISTORICAL FACT: DJS ARE UNFROZEN CAVEMEN FROM ANCIENT TIMES, WHO USE PRIMITIVE "RECORDS" TO PLAY MUSIC. Second-year engineering student Matt Gilman promotes "The BUZZ Part III," a concert scheduled to take place in The Wave Friday.



The New Deal explains the demise of the mullet


The New Deal is swell.

In January, we spoke to bassist Dan Kurtz while he tinkered with a bunch of communications gadgets: palm pilots, computers, cell phones. Now it's March and we've made contact again.

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