November 12, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 41  

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Heroes remembered in solemn ceremony

The University Community Centre atrium was host to a sizable crowd yesterday for the Remembrance Day ceremony organized by the University Students' Council - even the balconies were lined with observers.

Media mix-up irks researcher

An objectionable press release could prevent groundbreaking breast cancer research from drawing the attention and scrutiny it deserves.

Cultural club forced to compromise for event

An agreement between the Hindu Students' Association and Great Hall Catering will allow outside catering for the HSA's upcoming event, despite rules which disallow this in The Great Hall.

Campus Inquisition

USC boardroom gets smashed; politicos sad

Normally, fun is a lot like a barrel of monkeys, but a barrel of monkeys stormed the University Students' Council boardroom and left behind a big path of their wily hooliganism and troublesome primate sense of humour.

News Briefs

> No bones is good... if you're a worm
> Cutting off her hair to buy a cow
> Ivey students share the (intellectual) wealth
> They hate hate and march against hate




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