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Infected infest campus

Human VS Infected returns to the U of O HUMANS VS INFECTED (HvsI), a campus-wide zombie game, is returning to the University of Ottawa for its fourth year. Starting on Halloween and lasting until Nov. 4, HvsI ...
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Surfing safety

Government launches cyber safety campaign ON OCT. 3, Vic Toews, the Minister of Public Safety, unveiled Canada’s new cyber security campaign at the University of Ottawa to signal the start of Cyber Security ...
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What the F?!

Shit on phones IF YOU EVER text or play Angry Birds while sitting on the loo, it’s time to stop. A new research in the United Kingdom, done for Global Handwashing Day on Oct. 15, found fecal matter on one in...
Photography by Natasha Pirani

Onward and upward

U of O receives its highest ever international education ranking FOR THE FIRST time, the University of Ottawa has been placed among the top 200 higher educational institutions, by the recently released Times...
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News Briefs

Energy drinks still available, despite new federal rules TORONTO—DESPITE ATTEMPTS BY Health Canada to make energy drinks over-the-counter pharmaceutical products, government-approved regulations will require...
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See ya. Adieu. Cheers.

BOA removes SAC, introduces funding changes THE BOARD OF Administration (BOA) met on Oct. 16 in the senate room of Tabaret Hall to determine the fate of motions brought forward by the ad hoc Constitutional Co...
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Be a snowflake

Next Stop LIVING IN OTTAWA involves facing activists on a daily basis. Whether it’s to join the Red Cross or sign a petition for Greenpeace, Ottawans often endure calls for a good cause, all because we live ...
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Occupy Ottawa

Wall Street movement comes to the capital HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE collected in Confederation Park to show their support for Occupy Ottawa on Oct. 15, as a part of the global Occupy Together movement. About 60...
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Demystifying tradition

What's he building in there? The problem THOUGH TRADITIONAL MEDICINE has been around for thousands of years, only recently has modern science started showing interest in the craft. In the past, peoples, s...