February 19, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 78  

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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.

March work stoppage for Ontario colleges?

Ontario’s community colleges could be embroiled in a work stoppage as early as Mar. 3 due to labour unrest.

New Queen’s policy on Aboriginal admission

A new controversial admission policy at Queen’s University allows Aboriginal students to be admitted with marks lower than the regular admission average.

Prof weds on CBC

The first televised same-sex marriage took place last Sunday when a Western professor married his partner of 15 years live on national television.

Women competitive: researcher

Sugar and spice and everything nice? Think again. A new study has proven what women have long suspected — when it comes to getting the man you want, it is a dog-eat-dog world out there.

London to ban jokes?

Workplace humour is all for shits and giggles isn’t it? According to a recent motion passed at London City Hall, that may not be the case after an incident involving a city employee.




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