Issue 24, March 22nd, 2004
Jello wrestling, tighty whities, and scandalous outfits aplenty at event at Blind Duck Sex Pub. Full Story.
MLSE drops stadium deal
The U of T and Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) will not be playing on the same team for Varsity Stadium. Despite ongoing negotiations between the university and MLSE to come to a mutually-beneficial agreement to build a new stadium on the Varsity site, MLSE announced two weeks ago that it was backing out of the deal.

Unity ticket sweeps SAC elections
The Unity ticket pulled off a clean sweep at the Students' Administrative Council (SAC) elections last week. The political party had members elected to all seven SAC executive positions along with a majority of Board of Director positions.

Anti-procrastination tips for the coming crunch time
I often wonder how it is possible that it is 3 a.m. Wednesday night, or rather Thursday morning and I am still frantically finishing a chemistry lab or psychology assignment. It just makes no logical sense.
The site of the former Varsity Arena as seen from Bloor St.
More candidates acclaimed than elected for 2004-05 UTM politics
It’s election time for most student governments across campus, but students need not worry about a lot of voting because it won't be necessary.

High school students tour Erindale
Prospective students got a closer look at UTM during their March Break last week on behalf of tours organized by the registrar's office. Copyright ©2004 Medium II Publications Inc. University of Toronto @ Mississauga. Printed copy available on campus. Updated every Monday during term. Best viewed with Internet Explorer 5.0 and above. Site design by Zarar Siddiqi.