September 24, 2003  
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Wave broadcasts political bitch-fest

Students gathered at The Wave last night to view the provincial election leadership debate between Progressive Conservative Party leader Ernie Eves, Liberal Party leader Dalton McGuinty and New Democratic Party leader Howard Hampton.

Wet/Dry at other campus bars

The double cohort has forced Ontario colleges and universities to proactively and reactively deal with a deluge of problems, but perhaps none so troubling as the rise in illegal underage drinking in campus bars.

Hangover? Take a pill like the KGB

Students can drink excessively with relative ease because an unknown anti-hangover pill can eliminate those head-banging, temple-throbbing, violence-inducing, shotgun-to-the-head-craving hangovers that plague campuses across the world. Of course, it might not be safe.

McGill student prez resigns after sucking

Due to the recent resignation of its president, uncertainty plagues the Students' Society at McGill University.

SSMU President Naeem Datoo's letter of resignation was submitted Sep. 8 after the executive unanimously agreed to ask him to step down, said SSMU VP-community and government Brianna Hersey.

Campus bar policies towards underage students at Ontario universities:

If Martin hit by bus, Copps is PM - ahhh!

Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin has all but edified himself as Canada's next prime minister. In preparation for the Liberal leadership convention, Liberal party members in ridings across Canada voted 90 per cent in favour of electing Paul Martin as the next leader of the federal Liberal Party.

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