March 4, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 80  

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Courtesy of Nicole Boyd
TRIP TO CAYO COCO, CUBA: $1,200. ALL THE SHIT TO BUY BEFORE DEPARTING: $200. READING THE GAZETTE ON THE CUBAN BEACH IN THE SWELTERING SUN: PRICELESS. From left to right, Rob Skanks, Scott Falshaw, Lisa Camilleri, Nicole Boyd, Steve Farquhar and Roman Nahimy read some quality journalism in Cuba.

Liberals still unclear about tuition freeze

According to a document leaked from the Ontario government, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities was considering a plan to exclude de-regulated university programs from the promised tuition freeze, however sources claim the document is not government policy.

Students find semi-conscious man floating under University Dr. bridge

Two Western students’ quick response to a dangerous situation may have saved the life of a student found floating, semi-conscious in the Thames River under the University Dr. bridge.

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