Coverage without action

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007

February 22, 2007 Ed Cartoon

During an information session about a new OSAP website at Toronto’s Bloor Collegiate Institute Feb. 5, Chris Bentley was interrupted by student demonstrators.

Bentley, Ontario’s Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, was forced to retreat hurriedly from the protesters and the announcement was cancelled. (read more)

Ops editor spreads Liberal rhetoric

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007

Re: "A+"
Feb. 16, 2007

To the Editor:
Georgia Tanner and Stéphane Dion don’t convince us Stephen Harper is somehow using his powers as if he were the unilateral King of Canada. (read more)

Creative election coverage

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007

Re: “Master debater: prof evaluates USC debate”
Feb. 13, 2007

To the Editor:
Congratulations to The Gazette on this year’s increased University Students’ Council presidential election coverage and the creativity behind getting a speech professor to grade the candidates’ Feb. (read more)

Campus Rec policy inflexible

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007

To the Editor:
I was in disbelief when Campus Recreation informed me I would NOT be able to purchase a one-month pass to the Cardio Annex and be reimbursed for the week I would miss due to Reading Week. (read more)

Rest in peace, hip-hop

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007

Re: “Indie hip-hop is the industry’s lifesaver”
Feb. 20, 2007

To the Editor:
In the article “Indie hip-hop is the industry’s lifesaver,” the author proclaims Tupac, Biggie, KRS-One and Big L the fathers of gangster rap. (read more)

Filthy students make UCC Centresloppy

Thursday, February 22nd, 2007

To the Editor:
This is directed to the Western students whose parents either neglected to teach them what humans do with their garbage or have simply forgotten how NOT to act like slobs. (read more)

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