January 15, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 58  

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Dave Picard/Gazette
THERE’S SNOW WHITE, BUT WHERE ARE THE SEVEN DWARFS? Students take brushes to canvas in an art class yesterday in the Visual Arts Centre.

Funding for tuition freeze unspecified

The presidents of Ontario’s universities are frustrated over Premier Dalton McGuinty’s slow movement on delivering a fully funded tuition freeze as promised during the October election campaign, with some questioning if the initiative is affordable or even desirable.

Political posters policy putrid?

The University Students’ Council is reviewing the poster policy guidelines after conflicting interpretations of the current policy flared up between two student groups on campus, the Israeli Action Committee and Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights.

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Dave Picard/Gazette
NEXT STOP: CHINA. An unidentified Western student has apparently dug an elaborate tunnel system to China, or has just found the elusive way to travel across campus without going outside.


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