November 25, 2003  
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Dallas Curow/Gazette
W STANDS FOR WESTERN... AND WINNING... AND WOMEN... AND WHA? Mustang cheerleaders competed in the nationals this weekend. Read the story on pg. 8.

'Exclusive' event blocked at U of T

How far is too far when it comes to freedom of speech? How free should groups be able to express their beliefs? These questions become more complicated when the issue occurs at a university.

Loan agreement may mean students at some schools won't get funded

A recent agreement reached between the federal and provincial governments will prevent Canadian students from obtaining government loans if they attend institutions in the so-called “red zone.”

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Matt Prince/Gazette
YOU MEAN, YOU’RE REALLY NOT JUST TALKING TO ME TO SELL A CALENDAR? Second-year women’s studies student Joanna Coates and third-year French student Jennifer Cabral sell themselves (in the W Calendars, sicko) in the UCC atrium yesterday.
Dallas Curow/Gazette
OH... SO THAT’S WHAT HAPPENS. Dave Joyce, a second-year media, information and technoculture student conducts a highly scientific experiment outside Medway-Sydenham Hall yesterday.


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