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Dallas Curow/Gazette

USC considering options after underagers nabbed

The University Students' Council's Wet/Dry program, which allows underage students to enter campus bars on the condition they do not consume alcohol, has been suspended indefinitely.

"Students should assume for the immediate future that the Wet/Dry program is over," said Mark Sellars, general manager of the USC. The program has been in place for approximately ten years.

CFS suspects Elections Ontario up to no good

The Canadian Federation of Students has expressed concern over Elections Ontario literature instructing students to vote where their parents live instead of in their school's riding, something that could potentially influence the outcomes in certain ridings by dilluting the student vote.

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