LAST UPDATED: Thursday January 16, 2003 -12:30 p.m.
Universities lack compensation method
With the higher
influx of students applying to university as a result of this year's
double cohort, concerns are being raised about the evaluation of grades
by admissions offices.
Grade inflation – or deflation – comes into play because
some high school curriculums are considered to have tougher grading
schemes than others, making it difficult to fairly assess student grades.
not home to get-along gang
The political turmoil that has afflicted Concordia University this year
has now become a legal controversy, after members of the Jewish group
Hillel launched a lawsuit against the Concordia Students' Union for $100,000
in punitive damages.
Getta 'Bout It: A letter to Dalton McGuintry
Beer money key to politics
Dear Mr. Dalton McGuinty, Ontario Liberal Party leader,
As is painfully obvious to all residents of Ontario, a provincial election
is on the way. As you have never held a position of power before, I have
taken it upon myself to inform you what you must do in order to become
the next premier...
drenched in Gio
New orientation officer selected
has a new God – and his name is Giovanni.
Giovanni Paola, a fourth-year film studies student, beat out six other
candidates to become the University Students' Council's new orientation
> Queerline launch a success
> SATIRE: Students may lose out on sex
> News Briefs
I WISH HE WOULD STOP WAVING THEM LIKE HE JUST DON'T CARE. Second-year
history student Julia Kingston and first-year HBA student Steve McCann
rehearsed for the Charity Ball fashion show, which took place last night
at The Wave. This year's theme is "The Roaring 20s" and bad
drugs: the highs and lows
C&C feature examines the controversial, and sometimes deadly,
world of illegal drugs. Through research, expert opinion and interviews
with former users, The Gazette has compiled a profile on
the nature, side-effects and inherent physical and mental dangers
of common illicit drugs in today’s society
GOT TO BE AN EASIER WAY TO GET TO HEAVEN. Karla Buchanan, a first-year
social science student, and fourth-year arts student Summer Bressette
found an alternative to going to boxfit Wednesday in the UCC.