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Issue #2 - October 5, 1998
Oct. 5, 1998 12 pgs. Glendon cafeteria contract expiring; Glendon's Women's Centre hiring and training new volunteers; Pepsi enters in to a ten-year deal with York University. Contributers: ChristieExpand
Issue #6 - November 30, 1998
Nov. 30, 1998. 16 pgs. Prime Minister Jean Chretien visits Asia; University of Toronto creates graduate program that combines business and biotechnology; female professors at York still see payExpand
Issue #7 - January 11, 1999
Jan. 11. 2008. 12 pgs. Women's only space receives much praise and criticism; student living in Hilliard residence at Glendon loses her keys, yet does not have locks changed; "The View From Here"Expand
Issue #8 - January 26, 1998
Jan. 26, 1998. 12 pgs. An interview with York Federation of Students President Dawn Palin; Glendon raises awareness for those with physical disabilities during Access Week; Glendon Theatre producesExpand
Issue #10 - March 2, 1998
Mar. 2, 1998. 12 pgs. Federal budget places students at the top of the list; Canadian universities connected to powerful corporations, with many university presidents on boards of directors ofExpand
Issue #11 - March 8, 1999
Mar. 8, 1999. 16 pgs. McLaughlin College's newspaper Macmedia receives criticism for sexist article; 30, 000 evicted from Toronto homes; Canadian playwrights Jason Sherman and Tomson Highway visitExpand
Issue #3 - October 19, 1998
Oct. 19, 1998. 12 pgs. Women's Centre creates mom support group; cellphones continue to be a danger to human health and wellness; Glendon prepares for Halloween. Contributers: Christie Adams, DanusiaExpand
Issue #5 - November 17, 1997
Nov. 17, 1997. 12 pgs. York University to develop largest Women's Studies program; review of the satirical novel "Great Apes"; director Maria Gentle is interviewed. Contributers: J.A.B., Ed Beres TJExpand
Issue #5 - November 16, 1998
Nov. 16, 1998 16 pgs. The Glendon's Women's Centre receives a death threat; Glendon pub faces financial woes; The Canadian Labour Congress supports free tuition and calls for a ban of privateExpand
Issue #1 - September 21, 1998
Sept. 21, 1998 12 pgs. Books, papers and exams belonging to a Glendon professor apparently missing; a review of select Glendon clubs; Pepsi strikes a deal with York University to be the exclusiveExpand
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