October 30, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 34  

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Ian Howes/Gazette
OH, THE POOR BABY GOT CAKE ON HIS FACE. At least it’s not vagina cake. Second-year health sciences student Ashley Hogue wipes fourth-year bio-physics student Blake Moran’s face during the Concrete Beach celebration yesterday... on, the Concrete Beach.

Beach ceremony as construction goes on

This is definitely a good week for free cake on campus.

A crowd mingled on the Concrete Beach yesterday, warming their hands with coffee cups and waiting for the festivities to begin - and as they chatted, construction workers were busy laying bricks.


Disabled access, funding currently unacceptable: report

A recently released report by the Ontario Human Rights Commission has found that many students with disabilities pursuing post-secondary education are not enjoying the same level of accessibility other students experience.


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Campus Life

1 - ST. PATRICK'S DAY - 36.5/40

2 - CANADA DAY - 33/40

3 - CHRISTMAS - 32/40

4 - BIRTHDAYS - 29/40

5 - VICTORIA DAY - 28.5/40

6 - HALLOWEEN - 24/40

7 - NEW YEAR'S EVE - 23/40

8 - GROUNDHOG DAY - 21/40

9 - EASTER - 22/40

10 - THANKSGIVING - 20/40

11 - VALENTINE'S DAY - 14.5/40


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