November 6, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 38  

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Rachel Cartwright /Gazette
TELL US HOW YOU REALLY FEEL. A passerby on the Concrete Beach was so passionate about the “big purple thing” (the new awning) that he pitched a finger erection.

Parking forum results in freeze; students still bitch

Results of the open parking forum held on Oct. 28 are in and it looks like the price of undergraduate green passes will be frozen next year.


Working towards a cure for breast cancer

If your life has been affected by cancer, then you can surely appreciate the fact Canadian and American scientists have come one small step closer to finding a cure for breast cancer.


The Spoke wheels out cheaper beer

So you are in dire financial straits, as many post-secondary students are. While contemplating your budget maneuvering, do you ever lament a recent night of beer-soaked debauchery? Or, more likely, do you lament the fact you spent what little money you have on beer rather than groceries?


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