Volume 91, Issue 94
Thursday, March 26, 1998
Belushi goes west
To help celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Ivey School of Business this year, students from the honours in business administration program began a fund-raising campaign in September but it wasn't just dollars they were after.
The goal was to raise $7,500, hours and deeds for London charities and as the campaign draws to a close, they have surpassed their targets.
"We didn't want to just raise money it's too easy for people to just write a check," said Michael Rossi, VP-student affairs for the HBA Association.
The students organized events this year including a Halloween pub, a Christmas party for children, a blood drive and a T-shirt campaign for the Children's Hospital of Western Ontario.
Homer Simpson would be in good company at the Wave which is following the lineage of Moe's Tavern with the introduction of Duff beer. Niagara Breweries approached the bar to offer patrons this animated blend of hops which Wave manager Mark Wellington said has gotten mixed reviews so far.
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