Volume 92, Issue 18

Friday, October 2, 1998

homing in


NEWS
 

Quickies

Speaking of sports


Athletes in Action, Western's inter-denominational Christian sports association, is huddling together the worship of sports and the sport of worship.

On Monday, Toronto Argonaut Byron Capers and Andre Kirwan will be speaking about the role of religion in their personal lives and in their sport. The two athletes are participating as part of the AIA's year-long speaker series.

Mike Alexander, president of Western's AIA, said the event will specifically appeal to athletes, coaches or simply "anybody who has a sincere interest in sport."

The lecture will begin at 8 p.m. in Room 101 of Talbot College.

–TARA KIMURA



Forage for free stuff!


Market Source has arrived on Concrete Beach just in time for Homecoming.

The two day Campus Fest, which began yesterday, is being organized by the University Students' Council's Entertainment Productions to bring various companies onto campus to promote their products.

"Market Source is a good time for students to come onto campus and to experience corporate interaction with the university," said Tom Mathies, USC Homecoming commissioner.

Some of the various booths set up are Rogers Cable, Air Canada, Calvin Klein, Cantel, ACC, Brita, the Bank of Montreal and Mastercard. Activities such as inflatable sumo wrestling and an inflatable climbing tower are also part of the festivities.

–JENNIFER ACHESON


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