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September 23, 1999
  Do human rights stop at our border?PDF files may take a moment to load

Even if you don't count Victoria's untreated sewage, there has been a lot washing up on the British Columbia coast lately. Like boatload after leaky boatload of Chinese would-be immigrants. It's beginning to become a bit of an issue.

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September 23, 1999
  Secrets of success and failurePDF files may take a moment to load

April 16, 1999: possibly the largest orgy of unabashed debauchery in U of C history. BSD. Several thousand students consume an unfathomable amount of beer in an incredibly short time. People are sociable, involved, excited. There is electricity in the air.

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September 23, 1999
  U of T, a drug company whorePDF files may take a moment to load

September 23, 2014. Bullets scream through the air above. I've been in this putrid, rot-ridden hole for over three years, and things have only gotten worse. They have continuously weakened our lines; forward positions now mix with their fronts in a thousand places. These fronts are thus extremely dangerous; support to such places is ghastly thin. I expect to perish soon.

How much power does money convey? Enough to sway an entire institution whose mandate is academic expression and education?

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September 23, 1999
  Giacalone lets his game do the talkingPDF files may take a moment to load

He doesn't say much, but one doesn't need to when you're busy pounding the opposing defense like starting running back Alan Giacalone. His actions speak for themselves.

"Alan had a tremendous season last year, particularly as a first-year player," remarks head coach Tony Fasano.

After a tremendous rookie season, he is expected to be a driving force on this year's edition of the Dino's football club.

"We anticipate that he'll have a very good year," says Fasano.

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