November 25, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 48  

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NEWS

'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.”


Using Canadian Tire moolah is all the rage

Canadian Tire money can be used to purchase WD-40, table saws, motor lubricant and, if you are in Calgary, deliciously sweet jugs of beer.


Winter cold to stop flashers: shrinkage

The past week brought warmer weather and with it, more flashers. On Nov. 19, a female was startled by a nude white male, 40 to 45 years old, about five feet 10 inches tall, 170 pounds. He called out to her and when she saw him in the bushes he ran away, said Const. Tracy Swyfton of the London Police Department. The incident occurred at about 8:30 a.m. on the path that connects to the practice field of Huron Flats.


Students and fire safety

The horrendous blaze that swept through a student residence in Moscow this weekend serves as a grave reminder of the importance of students’ fire safety practices.


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> New film department approved
> Thugs beware

 

 

 

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