Campuses celebrate April Fool's

April 1, 2010

In honour of April Fool's Day last Thursday, Camosun College's homepage featured several comical stories, including one on dozens of University of Victoria-dwelling rabbits "transferring" to the college. One Camosun employee remarks that "Camosun costs less, has smaller class sizes with great instructors, plus the university was going to remove their...bits. Nobody likes that." McGill University reported that the McGill Babcock tie went missing after posing for pictures with tourists at the Hockey Hall of Fame, sparking a police investigation and daytime vigils. The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix ran a story about a group of University of Saskatchewan researchers, led by professor "Avril Primeaux," who developed technology to capture dream sequences and play them back on standard television screens. McGill Reporter | Saskatoon Star-Phoenix