Friday October 4, 2002 - 6:15 p.m.
Western models deemed uncharitable?
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 "W-girls" calendars.
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.
Double cohort may
be the Devil, jury still out
With the double cohort approaching next year, a lot of attention has been
paid to students entering their first year, but very little to those of
upper year status.
Cats, political pawns
This past week saw
a lot of government stories come to light – we knew things would
get interesting once parliament reopened.
However, surprisingly, it's not the federal government that leads off
this week's review – the provincial government gets top billing.
University of Western Ontario Staff Association showed their support for
the striking Wilfrid Laurier University Staff Association earlier this
of the Week
week's carcinogen king is none other than former USC presidential candidate
and second-year honours business administration student Dan Tolhurst.