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Students failing language exams

The University of Waterloo is one of the few institutions in Canada to administer a language proficiency exam as a degree requirement. Although the university has used the test since 1976, students' writing problems just appear to be getting worse. "What we do know is that our pass rate is declining," said Ann Barrett, managing director of the English language proficiency exam at Waterloo.
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HPV found in over 50% of young adults in new sexual relationships

Human papillomavirus has been found in more than half of young adults in new sexual relationships, a groundbreaking Montreal study has reported. Led by Dr. Eduardo Franco¬ - director of McGill University's Cancer Epidemiology Unit - and a team of McGill and University of Montreal researchers, the study reported that 56 per cent of participants were infected with at least one type of HPV and 44 per cent of that group were infected with a high-risk type of the disease known to cause cervical cancer.
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