October 22, 2003  
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UVic students plan tuition boycott

When paying tuition really gets to you, just stop paying - that's what they're doing out West.

The University of Victoria Students' Society is planning a tuition boycott, said Joanna Groves, director of finance for the UVSS and chair of the committee planning the boycott.

Dalhousie ranks big in research

Dalhousie University topped the list of the best places for researchers to work outside of the United States, according to a recent survey by The Scientist.

Mayoral candidates hit campus

By Anton Vidgen
Gazette Staff

Eight candidates vying to be London's mayor descended upon the University Community Centre's CentreSpot lounge to talk to a large student audience about their platforms and plans for the city.

New candidates follow Schwarzenegger

TORONTO - Arnold Schwarzenegger's Oct. 8 victory in the California election has prompted unusual candidates to express interest in running for political office.

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