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Ian Howes/Gazette
ALL HAIL THE LACROSSE GODS. Graciela Carcamo hopes praying to the gods on UC Hill on Wednesday will help her in attempts to make the women's lacrosse team.

Concern expressed over TAs, workload

As class enrollment increases in first-year classes, the number of teaching assistants employed to handle tutorial sessions and mark assignments may not be rising accordingly. Yet, faculty may be forced to rely more heavily on their TAs if they are faced with larger class sizes and reduced opportunity for one-on-one contact with students.

Council unveils its goals

The new academic year has brought forth a plethora of initiatives from the University Students' Council Board of Directors, which were presented at last night's USC meeting.

USC President Paul Yeoman has initiatives such as his Living Campus Project, which will include social events like 'Western Idol' and DJ competitions. "They're geared to be events that people can take part in on campus outside of class," Yeoman explained.

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