Volume 91, Issue 87
Friday, March 13, 1998
Steven Spielberg may have paved the way for aspiring students competing in the Fourth Annual Western Film Festival.
Following the theme of Oscar night, the festival will take place on March 18 in the University Community Centre's McKellar Room.
The 15 films being presented by Western students will fall into the categories of documentary, experimental or narrative genre. A first prize of $200 will be awarded in each category.
"This is an excellent opportunity to practice film and portray life on film," said festival coordinator Janina Falkowska.
Admission is $2 and there will be door prizes.
For students who think that a T4 is the latest Terminator movie, help is on its way.
Once again this year, the University Students' Council will attempt to make things a little easier for students trying to muddle their way through filing their tax returns.
The Income Tax Clinic will begin Monday in the University Community Centre's atrium. Volunteers who have been trained by Revenue Canada will be available to help students file their returns, said Evan Cooperman, USC income tax commissioner.
The booths will be set up from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily for two weeks, ending March 27.
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