February 18, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 77  

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Raise tuition: students
UBC group counter-protests

A group of students at the University of British Columbia are staging counter-protests in defense of tuition increases.

U of Sask examines safety issues

After two sexual assaults in the past seven months, the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon is beefing up security measures.

Canucks are faithful, but love their kink

Faithful Canadian seeking loyal partner for vibrator action, fun with handcuffs and dressing up in novelty underwear. Sex fiends only please.

Liberal sponsorship scandal a ‘low point’

The federal Liberal sponsorship scandal has started a potential political landslide, troubling Liberals across the country. It is the thorn in Prime Minister Paul Martin’s side that will not disappear any time soon.

Conspiracy Theory

Why is the Atkins diet so pervasive? Why has it gained such incredible popularity and widespread use? Conspiracy theory has found the answer.

Our Sex Issue: more than its cover

From the Far Lane

When you plaster six “scantily clad” girls on the cover of a campus newspaper, it’s a safe bet the feminist patrol will come out in full force.

Science students’ best friend: calculators

Apparently fish swim in the sea, bears walk in the woods, grass grows and students cheat — or at least that’s what the word on the street is.

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