March 11, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 84  

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Rachel Cartwright/Gazette
I KNOW THE NOVELIZATION OF THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST IS HERE SOMEWHERE. Second-year arts student Dave Webb seeks knowledge in Weldon Library yesterday.

Ivey and engineering at odds over graduate ring
Engineers upset over the precious

The introduction of a ring for graduates of the Richard Ivey School of Business has created quite a stir within the faculty of engineering, which historically has their own ceremonial ring given to graduates.


NHL crackdown needed after vicious hit: critics

It was the punch heard across the country. Monday night’s National Hockey League game between the Colorado Avalanche and The Vancouver Canucks involved an incident in which Vancouver power-forward Todd Bertuzzi inflicted one of the ugliest acts in NHL history.


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Joyce Wang/Gazette
BREAKIN’ OUT IN DANCE. Second-year computer science student Kyler Ayim showcases his amazing ability to spread his legs on the Concrete Beach.

 

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