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March 27, 2003
  A party does not a protest makePDF files may take a moment to load

It all began with dissatisfaction at the direction this university is heading. I don't care about Maclean's rankings, I feel the faculty in my department are quite good, I think the U of C will only improve by gradually building itself up and I agree that university education is an investment in one's future. The smart kids will always get by without financial support from their parents because they will get scholarships and the like to pay for school.

March 27, 2003
  The Kobyashi Maru:PDF files may take a moment to load

We should be proud.

Entering this year we were faced with the Kobyashi Maru, the unwinnable scenario. It was stated to us that differential tuition and maximum tuition hikes were a fait accompli, nothing we could do would stop it. We found ourselves at a crossroads. As students, did we accept the assumptions of the administration, put our tails between our legs and cower away? Or did we accept the test of character, stick by our principals and dig in for a long fight.



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