February 5, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 70  

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Spoke to be renovated after profit plunge
Wet/Dry collapse in part to blame for losses

Significant renovations proposed by the University Students’ Council for The Spoke may see much of the bar’s current space receive a “dry” designation, with a small area cordoned off for alcohol consumption.


Candidate says bylaw infraction unintentional; quiz pulled

University Students’ Council presidential candidate Kathy Robineau may have unintentionally broken one of the USC’s election bylaws.


Rally against tuition hits Concrete Beach

The Canadian Federation of Students joined forces with several other student groups to hold a rally voicing their concern over future tuition hikes in the University Community Centre CentreSpot Lounge.


UBC denies capping courses for Maclean’s

The University of British Columbia’s student union wants proof that no student was denied registration in a course required for graduation after it was suggested in an article in the National Post that administration had capped enrollments to improve the school’s standing in the annual Maclean’s university ranking.


Gwynne Dyer talks: he’s not a Bush fan

Dyer says the world is safe, at least until November.


Council grills candidates

Last night’s University Students’ Council meeting in the University Community Centre atrium, gave council the opportunity to quiz presidential candidates.


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