Friday October 4, 2002 - 6:30 p.m.
Western models deemed uncharitable?
Not only have campus
groups complained about students baring skin, but the Canadian Cancer
Society also has a bone to pick with this year's "W-boys" and
candidates prepare for cat-fight
Nominations for Western's Board of Governors closed yesterday with five
candidates set to clash for the one, open student position.
OSAP line of death
With just under a month of the school year gone by, some students have found
themselves overwhelmed by the pressures of university and unable to cope
– while one unfortunate student apparently failed to make it through
poised to join CFS
The Windsor Students' Alliance is holding a referendum next week to determine
if it will become a member of the Canadian Federation of Students, a national
student lobbying group.
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> Smoker of the Week
prepares to smoke U of T
The mood in the Toronto Varsity Blues
football dressing room can't be upbeat.
Coming off a 61-10 loss to Queen's University on Saturday and a
58-0 loss to Laurier the week before, they now face the daunting
task of taking on the Western Mustangs (ranked seventh nationally)
tonight at Birchmount Stadium in Toronto.
Pipe: Tyler McBride
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