O. A. C. Review Volume XVI Issue 2, November 1903
This issue begins with the history of the Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union, since its inception in 1879. Continued in this issue are the articles on the nature study series and the peach industry. Two political articles focus on the economics of free trade with Britain and the Alaskan Boundary dispute. Agricultural articles pertain to acquiring the land to start a farm, agricultural conditions on the Prairies, and the senior livestock-judging course. Campus news reports on the resources that are available to students, such as, the library and numerous extracurricular organizations. The Macdonald Institute column contains humour and a poem. The athletics association announces its theatre night, with the entertainment of a wireless telegraph and "liquid air". The "Our Old Boys Page" contains alumni news. While the Locals column provides campus humour.