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Where to find free entertainment on campus YOUR YEARS SPENT as an undergraduate student are supposed to be filled with fun and exciting new experiences. Between parties, concerts, and nights on the town, university should be the time of your life. But with rising costs of tuition fees, school supplies, food, and rent, taking advantage …

Picture taken at the event, of the CFS protestors. Courtesy of Jake Lavoie

Activists think it’s time to leave CFS SOME MEMBERS OF the federated bodies made a bold statement to incoming University of Ottawa students at Fedstock this Saturday. At the concert concluding the week’s events, 101 Week guides pulled off their jackets during a cheer, revealing “Stop CFS” T-shirts underneath. They then chanted “Defed!” to over …

Getting over first-year homesickness IT HAPPENS TO first years, it happens to graduate students—you leave you parent’s place for the first time (or maybe the second or third) and you can’t help but miss home when you’re at university. It was really nice having a dishwasher and washing machine where you were living, and the …

THE LIBRARY IS great, the University Centre is bustling, and the cafés are divine, but come midterms, it can sometimes be hard to find a place on campus that isn’t swarming with studying students. If you want to find a new—and perhaps more isolated—place to hit the books, consider the following spaces on campus. Empty …

AS THE SCHOOL year begins and you realize your savings from your summer job won’t last forever, you might come to the conclusion that you’ll be broke for most of the year. But the Fulcrum’s here to keep you from resorting to eating to Kraft Dinner or Mr. Noodles to save money, and we’ll help …

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