October 29 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 33  

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Beth Kerim/Gazette
DO WE LOOK SULTRY ENOUGH? Alexandra Serafini (left) and Kirsten Wynn (right) make Jon Clare (erect centre) the luckiest man alive during the Purple Spur’s Save the Children charity drive involving swimsuit calendars on sale in the UCC from Nov. 17-21.

Student fails -before plagiarizing

A university student is failing a course in an attempt to protest the use of an online plagiarism detecting tool.

Students tell prez to tell admin where it can put its parking

An open forum on parking was held yesterday in the University Community Centre atrium, moderated by University Students' Council President Paul Yeoman.

Student politicos put heads together

What do you get if you put three truckloads of student politicians in the same room?

Last week a Canadian Alliance of Student Associations conference was held in Ottawa, said Paul Yeoman, president of the University Students?Council.

Ducking controversy not part of our job

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BLOWIN’ THE BONE. First-year masters student Amy Scott perfects her craft in the Music Building.


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