February 19, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 78  

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Dave Picard/Gazette
WHAT DON’T WE KNOW ABOUT? As the government considers amending the Freedom of Information Act, some universities claim they shouldn’t have to come under public scrutiny.

Universities to fall under new Info Act?

The Ontario Liberal government will be introducing an amendment to the Freedom of Information Act, possibly to include universities as one of the bodies that fall under its purview. The result could mean universities would have to surrender documents upon request.

Staubitz is prez; voter turnout huge

Nick Staubitz will be next year’s University Students’ Council president after an election that struck a blow to student apathy with a voter turnout that was 65 per cent higher than last year.

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Jana Lanys/Gazette
WIARTON WILLIE SAYS THAT SIGN WILL BE STAYING UP MUCH LONGER. Nicole Allen, a second-year social science student, disobeys authority and enters a winter wonderland yesterday.


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