March 11, 2004  
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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.


By-elections uglier, political experts say

Federal nomination battles always produce plenty of bubbling rhetoric, but an upcoming election has upped the ante, with MP-wannabes pulling out all the stops to get a comfy seat in Parliament.


Marlon Brando’s belly button and the Mid East

Marshall Law

In the big scheme of things, I’m a pretty insignificant guy. I wake up when my alarm clock says so, I go to work and write about other people, and then I drink, only to be told to stop drinking and leave the establishment at the early time of 2 a.m..


Viagra doesn’t work on women

Viagra, the drug being blamed for the revival of venereal diseases among Florida’s retirement population, has been found ineffective in the treatment of female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD).


Stabbing shakes up U of Alberta

Edmonton police are investigating the stabbing of a student on the University of Alberta campus.


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