Volume 92, Issue 60

Thursday, January 14, 1999

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NEWS

Win some, lose some

Chretien confusion surrounds club

Westminster may become a Western residence

Pigs fly to Canada to help out research

1,200 biz keeners to do gaming

New Earth-sized planet could sustain life

Quickies

Hot Air

Caught on campus

Caught on campus too

Quickies







United accomplishment


$250,000? No problem for Western staff, students and faculty.

As of Tuesday, Western's United Way campaign officials were happy to report meeting their goal of $250,000 with time to spare.

Funds were raised through various campus events, including special residence nights and staff collections.

Eileen Quigg, a volunteer for the United Way campaign, was especially happy with the efforts of everybody involved. "It looks as if Western students, staff and faculty will surpass the $250,000 objective by the time the campaign officially closes its books Jan. 21."

The money raised for the United Way will go to support local programs and services, including Big Brothers, Big Sisters and boys and girls clubs throughout London and Middlesex County.

–STEPHEN ILKIW


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