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SAC vice-president tossed in election snafu

In a marathon meeting lasting into the wee hours of the morning, the Students’ Administrative Council (SAC) voted to turf […]

17 April, 2003
Lewis hopeful for free Iraq

World-renowned scholar Bernard Lewis visited U of T this week, presenting his theories on the interplay between politics and religion […]

3 April, 2003
U of T in the red for next year’s budget

The 2003-2004 budget for U of T shows the school has been living beyond its means, and a round of […]

27 March, 2003
U of T president appeals for calm as Iraq war rages

The U.S.-led war to dethrone Saddam Hussein began last Wednesday night, with the expiration of President George W. Bush’s 48-hour […]

24 March, 2003
Arson attack scorches SAC

A suspicious fire outside the Stewart Observatory, headquarters of the Students’ Administrative Council (SAC), caused an estimated $15,000 of damage […]

20 March, 2003
Morton takes SAC’s top job

Next year’s make-up of the Students’ Administrative Council (SAC) has been decided after a hard-fought election that saw many prominent […]

17 March, 2003
SAC election debate fails to excite

U of T goes to the polls this week to pick a new Students’ Administrative Council. The election, held March […]

11 March, 2003
Provincial NDP promises 10% tuition cut,

Ontario’s New Democratic Party rolled out its election platform last Saturday, to thundering applause at a party convention. But it […]

3 March, 2003
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Ian Ferguson