January 13, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 56  

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Dallas “vocals” Curow/Gazette
MUST DESTROY THE RING... MUST REACH MOUNT DOOM... Students trudge along yesterday in the brand new foot of snow mother nature dumped on London Sunday night.

Insurance woes abound

Insurance woes have left the University Students’ Council and the clubs system reeling, but student unions across the province have encountered similar problems in renewing their policies.

Big jump in number of international students

Canadian universities suddenly have a lot more international flavour, as the number of international students enrolled this year spiked, according to the January issue of University Affairs.

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Meghan Hart/Gazette
CHOOSE YOUR OWN CAPTION ADVENTURE: THERE I WAS, EATING A SANDWICH PENSIVELY BY A WINDOW, WHEN BAM! [now turn to page 2, 3, 4 or 5]... Master’s of theory and criticism student Tara Kachroo relaxes in The Grad Club yesterday.


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