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Health insurance a hassle for Quebec students

Apart from emergency care Quebecers travelling or living temporarily outside of Quebec have to pay for all medical services on the spot and then must wait for reimbursement, which some students say rarely comes back in full.

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Textbook troubles: the instructor's dilemma

Is it ethical when professors ask students to buy textbooks that they have personally authored?

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A friendly foe for FYP

The Foundation Year Programme has got competition or, perhaps more aptly, a friendly rival.

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Front lines

When a group of first-year students began taunting Patrol members with cries of “Snitches!” in the residence hallways last semester, complaints were lodged with Nicholas Hatt. Many Patrol workers have come to accept verbal harassment and rudeness, such as doors slammed in their faces, as an inevitable part of their job.

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Broadcasting live… from Middle Bay

Axel Soos rolls out of bed at 7:30 a.m. four days a week, takes two steps across his residence room to his desk, and broadcasts a live radio show.

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KAFCA is off the menu

KAFCA’s food production activities screeched to a halt Sept. 14 following a visit from a representative from the Nova Scotia’s Department of Agriculture.

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If you show me yours…

It was a Sunday in late January, and we were getting ready for The Everything To Do with Sex Show which, for the past three days, had transformed the Cunard Centre into a black-curtained den of seduction.

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Skating around the important questions

Halifax is waiting to see if Mayor Peter Kelly can keep them skating.

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Dartmouth hearts Two If By Sea

On Nov. 6, Two If By Sea celebrated one year of business in the only way it knows how: croissants, caffeine, and community. Regulars from Dartmouth and Halifax showed up in hordes to take advantage of the day’s $1 drink special.