News briefs (Feb. 6)

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Students encouraged to protest tuition increases

Students wishing to participate in the National Students’ Day of Action should convene at 12 noon today at Lake Devo. Activists will hear speeches and music until 1:30 p.m., when other schools will arrive at Lake Devo and a march will begin to head towards Queen’s Park. The rally at Queen’s Park begins at 2:15 p.m., and ends between 3 and 4 p.m., after which students are invited to attend wrap up events that include free hot beverages at the Medical Science building at the University of Toronto.

Media ethics workshop snowed-out

A workshop that was to discuss media ethics in the wake of Sept. 11 was postponed at the last minute last Friday, because key speaker Mark Crispin Miller was unable to catch a flight out of the snowed-in New York City. The event was pushed back in Crispin’s absence. No new date has been announced.

RyeSAC polls close today, results to come later tonight

Polls for the 2002 RyeSAC executive elections close today at 5 p.m. Three of the four positions are contested. Ken Marciniec is running unopposed for vice president of finance. Voters can select either “yes” or “no” on their ballots to decide whether Marciniec is capable for the job. Votes will be tabulated after 5 p.m. tonight, and the results announced later in the evening at Oakham House.

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