Bar none

October 27, 1994

Should any of the "Magic Eye" slogans suggest that Teesside errs on the convivial side (Antithesis's eyesight conforming to professional norms, we are unable to ascertain this ourselves), they are in no danger of being prosecuted under the Trades Descriptions Act. New students encouraged to "drink, drink, drink" at a mass meeting by a course leader -- who will doubtless in future be more careful when he uses horse and water metaphors -- have the opportunity to do just that at the three new or converted bars which line the road running through the centre of the campus.

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