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  • BY MATT HOWELL Celebrating its fifth year, KOI Fest surpassed all expectations despite bad weather and last minute venue changes. Over 100 bands performed over the Sept. 19-21 event at...

    KOI Fest has best year yet

    BY MATT HOWELL Celebrating its fifth year, KOI Fest surpassed all expectations despite bad weather and last minute venue changes. Over 100 bands performed over the Sept. 19-21 event at…

  • In April, someone asked the Toronto Public Library to ban the children’s book Hop on Pop because he or she thought it encouraged children to use violence against their fathers....

    Ban book banning

    In April, someone asked the Toronto Public Library to ban the children’s book Hop on Pop because he or she thought it encouraged children to use violence against their fathers….

  • BY MARYSSA MCFADDEN Ontario students have paid the highest tuition fees in the country for the sixth year in a row according to a report by the Canadian Centre for...

    Ontario tuition skyrocketing

    BY MARYSSA MCFADDEN Ontario students have paid the highest tuition fees in the country for the sixth year in a row according to a report by the Canadian Centre for…

  • BY KALI CAUDLE It was raining eggs at the Cambridge campus Sept. 18, but it wasn’t a pre-Halloween prank. Instead, students were dropping eggs from the second storey as part...

    Humpty Dumpty had a great fall

    BY KALI CAUDLE It was raining eggs at the Cambridge campus Sept. 18, but it wasn’t a pre-Halloween prank. Instead, students were dropping eggs from the second storey as part…

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