February 17, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 76  

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NEWS

USC to Wave hello again to Wet/Dry?

Though the Wet/Dry Program is gone for now, underage students could be back partying up in The Wave as early as the first week back from Reading Week.


Blubber as bad as phlegm? Clogged arteries as bad as iron lungs? You decide

You may want to think twice next time you order that burger and fries, because according to the latest study by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, “fat is the new tobacco.”


Girl invasion strikes at universities

Women now hold a strong majority at Canadian universities, as females constituting as much as 60 per cent of the student population — and the gap is expected to widen.


Gender identity issues prompt name change

The Women’s Union at McGill University is changing its name to the Union for Gender Empowerment, a move many are hailing as progressive and more representative of the diverse student body.


Raccoons ARE bandits

Even in the evil depths of winter, the energy of crime perpetrators is not sapped; perhaps the amount of petty crime actually increases in a desperate attempt by bandits to get out of the cold.


News Briefs

> We can vote, the Chinese still can't
> Engineering building opens
> Moran leaves, French Knight lonely
> Cough up a lung, get a tulip

 

 

 

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