Jan. 27, 2010

“Had I received 18 more votes you would have a member of parliament here today.”
–Andrew Telegdi, former Liberal MP for Kitchener-Waterloo, at Saturday’s anti-prorogation rally

“My question is a rhetorical one. How much does a dining hall cost?”
–Director Andrew Fryer questioning WLUSU’s yearly loss at the Brantford William’s

“Are we just digging around in campus clubs for something? To axe someone?”
–Director Sunny Chan regarding the direct inspection on campus clubs

“It’s quite possible now for someone to start a career in journalism and still have a liver at 65. It’s just not the same anymore.”
–Geoffrey Stevens on changes in journalism

“Words have apparently become very cheap and very easy in Canadian politics.”
–Cathy McLellan, Green party candidate for Kitchener-Waterloo, regarding Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s decision to prorogue parliament

“Is there subsidized alcohol?”
–Chair of the WLUSU board Saad Aslam regarding the Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publications Annual General Meeting

“There are definitely some people out there banding for blood.”
–Director Andrew Fryer regarding the Campus Clubs debate

“Are those to backwards?”
–Director Jordan Hyde questioning WLUSU’s financial reports

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