November 28, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 51  

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We were going to write an editorial about the protest at the University of Toronto relating to the Middle East conflict. However, the editorial board of The Gazette would like to use this space to declare that we are sick of violence at Canadian universities mirroring the conflict on the other side of the world, as well as the ignorance of members on both sides who purport to want to openly discuss the matter while simultaneously closing the door to opposing views.

To write any more on this matter would only serve to further a cycle of useless rhetoric. If the two sides are incapable of respectfully and honestly reaching a dialogue at universities in this country, then there is little hope for the problem on a global scale. Period.

Dorian Gray alive and well in 2003

What the Shuk?

For a recent English assignment, I was planning to write a short play spoofing Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. Titled “Dorian Gray Orders a Pizza,” a poor pizza boy would’ve become enthralled with Dorian during a routine delivery.




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