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For the first time in its storied history, the University of Ottawa will offer the majority of its courses online this fall, meaning the presence of most students on campus is not necessary. Financially for most students, this is great news as they won’t have to rent an apartment or live in residence but if you’re an incoming student and still on the fence about whether or not you should come to campus and live in residence, here’s the case for staying home.

Frosh week hookups are inevitable, and besides, they’re a lot of fun — but committing floorcest is a 101 Week taboo. Is the convenience worth the consequences?

It’s one of the biggest issues facing first-years: Not rising textbook prices or all-nighters, but floorcest.

Letter to the Editor

As any student knows, the last thing we need is to lose money. I’m not talking about tuition, student loans, fees, the cost of books, and everything else; but keep that in mind when you find out that some students will lose $3,000 on top of all this.

As the UOMSA is requesting space for the religious purposes of a large number of students, it is without a doubt more pressing than many requests. However, space is an issue on this campus for everyone.

Existing building to become 400-space off-campus residence Photo by Sabrina Nemis The University of Ottawa is looking to turn an existing building at Rideau and Friel Streets into a space for 400 more student beds by September. The university is entering a lease on the eight-storey building at 240 Friel St. with the intention to …

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