September 10, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 7  

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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Haylor wins, threesome lose

GOOD
During the past couple years, the news regarding Mustangs football coach Larry Haylor hasn't always been positive, but nobody can deny his success on the football field. Haylor has guided the Mustangs to 154 victories, breaking Dave Tuffy' Knight's Canadian Interuniversity Sport record of 153 wins.


If you can't walk the walk...

It's early in the school year, but it's already happening.

People are causing traffic jams campus-wide. They're crawling along at a snail's pace, wandering aimlessly down a walkway and stopping to socialize while others frantically make their way to class.


Riding the orientation express

It was loud, physically exhausting and even, at one point, very foamy. Orientation Week 2003 drew to a close on Saturday night and with my Huron soph uniform sopping wet on University College Hill, I had an epiphany.


Letters

To the Editor:
I would like to address the recent editorial suggesting Housing deliberately covered up information surrounding the use of triple rooms in residence. While the editorial offices of The Gazette may have been surprised at this information, I can assure you residents' council presidents, parents and most importantly incoming students were made aware of this information earlier this year.

 

 

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