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The U of O needs a secondary walk-in clinic on campus. As the student population grows, so will wait times. There’s a plethora of walk-in clinics on Rideau, but who wants to venture out that far when they’re coughing up a lung?

“I think we’ve got to have a bit of a refresher every few months to say: ‘Hey, if anybody’s taking any medications, you better let us know.’ So we’re going to have to have a system to check in.” —Sue Hylland, U of O director of Sports Services.

“That’s why you come here. You want to be able to play against the number-one team in the country, you want to play in an environment like this in front of 10,000 people.” —Brandon Robinson, Gee-Gees fifth-year guard.

“We’ve got a young team, so we’ve really got to hold it down in the first quarter, and if we can come out of that alive we have a shot.” — James Derouin, Gee-Gees head men’s basketball coach on the upcoming game vs. Carleton.

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