March 9, 2000 Vol . 17, No. 5


As compensation for the delay in its 11th annual Polar Plunge because of a 25-day film shoot, SFU's engineering student society received a $500 contribution from the Hollywood filmmakers. The draining of the pond resulted in the Polar Plunge, which raises money for the Variety Club telethon, being delayed for two weeks. The student society raised $2,400 this year, their most successful fundraiser in four years.

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