March 24, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 91  

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Leah Crane/Gazette
TOSSING HER SALAD. Louise Simone, a first-year music student, serves up some salad at the Delaware Hall cafeteria yesterday.

York suspends Middle East groups

York University has suspended the privileges of Middle East-related campus clubs after the Jewish group Hillel held a vigil last week, and Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights held a competing protest on the same day that included a demonstration of Israeli checkpoint.

Federal budget a lesson in damage control, conservative spending

Finance Minister Ralph Goodale’s first budget reflected the prudent history of Prime Minister Paul Martin from his days in the job, and highlighted the Liberals’ promised increase for funding post-secondary education to make it more accessible for students from lower income families.

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Rachel Cartwright/Gazette
TAKIN’ THE EDGE OFF. Karolyne Ellacott, a second-year arts student, takes a hit from her good friend Marlboro in front of the Visual Arts Building.
Leah Crane/Gazette
GARBAGE PICKERS! From left to right, Sarah Willinsky, Julia Driman, Gillian Lindzon and Rachel Weiner pick up garbage on the Concrete Beach yesterday.


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