Volume 92, Issue 75

Wednesday, February 10, 1999


SOGS questions fees

Controversial ruling overturned

Liberals offer solution

Social union agreement mobilizes

Music keeps people holding on

Investigations of thefts and alarms


Caught on campus


Anything goes

Education students will be jazzing up the stage tomorrow at the Althouse College auditorium.

For four nights, students from the faculty of education are putting on musical comedy Anything Goes.

Approximately 30 students are involved in this production, said Daniel O'Connor, the director of the musical and a bachelor of education student. "We are putting on this play just because we like to," O'Connor said. "It's a lot of fun."

Cole Porter, a well-known jazz and swing musician, composed the music for the play, O'Connor said.

Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show range from $5 to $10 and will be sold at InfoSource in the University Community Centre, at Althouse college and at the door.


Learning to save

This week is National Debt Week, co-organized by the University Students' Council financial aid commissioner, Puneet Girdhar.

The purpose of the week is to urge students to seriously consider their future financial health and stability. "I want students to come out of this week with an understanding of the importance of proper financial management," Girdhar said.

"We do have options for financial aid available to us and many students don't know about it or for some reason, feel they are not eligible for them."

Throughout this week there will be a booth in the UCC atrium to answer any questions concerning the financial aid office, the Ontario Students' Assistance Program and financial aid options available to.


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