January 23, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 63  

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NEWS

Student fees: why we’re stuck with the bill
Are user fees fair or are they a cash grab?

Need a copy of your transcript? $10. Applying to medical school? $75. Paying your tuition late because you had no cash at the beginning of the year? Get ready to pay up to $100.


New student union at York to take office after ugly battle

The York Federation of Students met last night to determine the fate of its new student government. Representatives from both the incoming and outgoing governments said they were confident that an end to the YFS saga was in sight, as the government elected in November was expected to finally be ratified.


WIN members debate feminism: they all agree

Members of the Women’s Issues Network were in the University Community Centre atrium yesterday holding a panel discussion, which asked the age-old question “Is feminism dead?” Sadly, the question was left unanswered.


Black, birds, Belinda and burglary

Ah, The Gazette. We’ve got news and we’ve sure got dummies; so here’s what happened this week.


U.S. worried about Canuck pot?

Canada is being dubbed the new Amsterdam with its proposed marijuana legislation, causing American officials to worry their citizens will travel North to enjoy Mary Jane more than Anne of Green Gables.


News Briefs

> What the hell is a book?
> Peaceful Mid-East discussion panel... Maybe
> Attention: future leaders
> Java science made easy, hopefully

 

 

 

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