Volume 91, Issue 62
Tuesday, January 20, 1998
Little Bo Greek
Western's political science department, in conjunction with The Canadian Institute for International Affairs and The Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, present speaker John Sigler today.
Sigler, a political science professor from Carleton University, will give an informative lecture entitled "The Continuing Search for Peace in the Middle East" based on his travels in the Middle East.
The event will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the University Community Centre's McKellar Room.
The Richard Ivey School of Business won first place at the Canada-Wide Undergraduate Business Games on the weekend at Concordia University in Montreal. This marked Ivey's third win since the games started in 1992.
Brad Bowness, a member of the winning Ivey team, said 46 students represented the school in events ranging from football to a debate, in addition to a very spirited cheer-off.
Seventeen Canadian undergraduate business schools competed in the games, which are set to be held at Western next year.
Olivia Newton-John sang it but Campus Recreation wants students to get out and do it for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
The eighth annual event will take place on Feb. 11 with classes being offered in high-low step aerobics, boxfit, aqua-challenge and aqua-tone.
Participants will be asked to give a minimum donation of 10 cents for each class but door prizes will also be given out, said fitness promotions and marketing manager Beth Burnette.
John P. Noonan
Third-year sociology student Chad Lindsay was a ray of sunshine on an otherwise cloudy day Jan. 11 as he appeared as the Toronto Sun's Sunshine Boy.
Lindsay said he was shopping at the Eaton Centre in Toronto just before Christmas when a photographer from the newspaper asked if she could take his picture for the feature. After initially saying no, his friend talked him into posing for the camera. "I was surprised when I saw it, I had forgotten about it."
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