November 19, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 45  

Front Page >> News > Story


> News
> Editorial & Opinions
> Arts & Entertainment
> Campus Life
> Sports


> Archives
> Search Archive:
> Browse By Date:

More Stuff

> Photo Gallery
> Comics
> Contests
> Links

Talk to Us

> About Us
> Submit Letter
> Volunteers
> Advertising
> Gazette Alumni Society


Campus Inquisition

While some London residents love the smoking ban that forces smokers to freeze in the name of nicotine, others have pointed out their frustration with not being able to poison others, as well as themselves. So The Gazette asked students what they feel about separating their poisons from each other, while bars lose money.

“The law is good. I think there should be a separated ventilated area, that way you get the best of both worlds.”
—Dave Murphy
film & media, information and technoculture III

“I think it should be up to the patrons — how’s that fair?!”
—Deven Persaud
political science IV

“I think whiny smokers are a bunch of pussies. Let the sweet sensation of nicotine warm them up.”
—Tim Christensen
political science III

“I don’t understand how they could be losing money if all the bars are non-smoking”
—Janah Fair
psychology II

“People are still going to go out to the bars, if it’s smoking or non-smoking — I can go to the bar without passing out from the smoke.”
—Jasmina Hadziosmanovic
kinesiology II

“If it’s the difference between people dying of cancer and a bar making money it shouldn’t make a difference.”
—Ali McCabe
kinesiology IV



News Links

© 2003 The Gazette  

BluThng Productions