February 4, 2004  
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Rachel Cartwright/Gazette
THANK GOD IT’S NOT JURASSIC PARK. Four elementary students from Masonville Public School search high and low for the dreaded raptor in the greenhouse at Western yesterday.

Student rent costs to surge?
Owners face tax hike, insurance woes

Although increased enrollment at Western due to the double cohort will not put a strain on the amount of housing available, industry insiders are warning of the possibility that rents will increase significantly over the next few years.

U of T refuses to recognize two student referenda

Two referenda were held at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus on Jan. 20 and 21, asking students if they would consent to be represented by the Scarborough Campus Student Union rather than the campus-wide student groups.

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Leah Crane /Gazette
STARING AT A WALL HAS NEVER BEEN SO GOOD. Doug Wright, a second year sciences student, and Emily Nienhuis, a second-year visual arts student, look at artwork in the McIntosh Gallery yesterday.

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