Rugby boys fill the hotel room, laughing and clutching their halffinished beers. Hey, boys: shut up, will ya? Over by the corner of the room, Willy leans on a desk and starts to talk, so everyone quiets down. It’s been proposed that we throw tonight’s game, he says.
In a small, two-room apartment by the Toronto Reference Library, you can find a desktop computer, an old IKEA shelf weighed down by textbooks, and a safe concealing hundreds of dollars in cash. Students call this office, pay a minimum of $30 per page, and receive a tailor-written essay. Virtually all of these students will then write their names on the title page, and turn it in to their professors. They usually get Bs.
For the second time this year, Wardroom pitcher prices have gone up. They’re now sitting at the legal minimum of $13.50, a toonie more than they were earlier this week.