Volume 97, Issue 3
Thursday May 5, 2003

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday, June 5, 2003 - 7:45 p.m.


THROWING CAUTION TO THE WIND. After four years of university, graduates Marie Bourne (left), Lisa Ashbridge (middle) and Shauna Smith finally got to launch their cheesy black caps
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Photo by: Jordan Bell/Gazette


MR. SLATE WOULD BE MAD. A forklift got stuck last week as it took down a piece of "art" on concrete beach
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Photo by: Emmett Macfarlane/Gazette

IF I LOOK DETERMINED ENOUGH, MAYBE MARTIN WON'T WIN. John Manley talks to student supporters in The Wave yesterday.

Photo by: Emmett Macfarlane/Gazette

TULIP KILLERS ON THE LOOSE. Last week, The Gazette ran a picture of a yellow tulip admist a sea of purple and white ones, poking a little fun at the anomoly. Within hours of the paper hitting the stands, a sinister individual with a shrivelled raisin for a heart dug up the poor yellow flower and stapled it to the corkboard outside our door, with a note that read: “Don’t hate me because I’m yellow. Diversity, not assimilation.”
Good thing it was a picture of a tulip and not a puppy.

Photo by: Emmett Macfarlane/Gazette

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