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Dal Hazing, Old Toys, Penny & Airline Feedback

Senior members of the Dalhousie University women's hockey team are suspended because of a hazing incident. We speak to a professor who has researched hazing behaviour. We ask for your stories of memorable childhood possessions. Your thoughts on getting rid of the nickel. And more of your airline complaint stories.

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