November 28, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 51  

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Clashing U of T protests end with arrest
Middle East groups tangle after event cancelled

The University of Toronto was the site of competing protests surrounding the Middle East conflict this past Wednesday, resulting in assault and one arrest.


Waterloo hit by violence

Tensions are high in the areas surrounding Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, which have been the site of a severe beating, a stabbing and a prowling sex predator.


Orchard goes to court

Former federal Progressive Conservative Party leadership contender David Orchard is launching a lawsuit to fight the expected merger between the PCs and the Canadian Alliance, a move Orchard claims is against the party’s constitution.


Stress? Pull out the orgasmatron!

Orgasmatron. Nothing more needs to be said except... orgasmatron! American surgeon Stuart Meloy has patented an orgasm machine. He placed advertisements in various media outlets to attract women to test out the orgasmatron, but has so far only found one female volunteer who had not had an orgasm — for four years.


CHRW ready to power up to 94.9

CHRW 94.9 FM general manager Mario Circelli invoked the Jeffersons to describe the campus radio station’s recent frequency change: “We’re movin’ on up.”


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