March 10, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 83  

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NEWS

USC makes Wave Wet/Dry again, on Saturdays

A pilot program began this past Saturday at The Wave as the University Students’ Council — the owner of the campus bar — looks for new revenue sources for the money-losing operation by allowing minors back in during the evenings.


York law students protest

A tuition fee protest by Osgoode Hall law students on Monday led many York University law students to “Quit School for a Day.” The protest was organized by the university’s student caucus with assistance from the Osgoode student body.


U of T looks to feds for stadium funding

The University of Toronto plans on building a new sports complex that will cost upwards of $120-million — and it is counting on government funding for construction.


Is prostitution a right?

Critics are charging that Canada’s anti-prostitution laws may be unconstitutional, violating sex workers’ rights and exposing them to unnecessarily dangerous situations.


Makeup of council to change?
Council to vote on who gets to vote

By Anton Vidgen
Gazette Staff

A motion to dramatically alter the membership of the University Students’ Council will be facing a vote tonight, but some councillors are worried the change will actually hurt students.


London looks to curb
pesticide use; bugs rejoice

This Monday, London city council voted 15-4 in favour of developing a pesticide bylaw.


Paper forced from office

After 40 years in the same office, Wilfrid Laurier University’s student newspaper The Cord is being forced out in favour of increased lounge space in the student union building.


USC prez Yeoman discusses year
Talks highlights, criticism and admin

When University Students’ Council President Paul Yeoman looks back at his term in office, he says he’s proud of a year that saw its share of successes and faced more than a few difficulties.


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