Volume 92, Issue 68

Thursday, January 28, 1999


NEWS

Helping out relief

New hydro plan could zap costs

Smuggling film closure

Students proactive about solution

Candidates address USC's student communication

Bigger not environmentally better

Hamill creates platform from all sides

Quickies

Quickies



Girl power


The University Students' Council's Women's Issues Network is attempting to ensure health issues are being addressed.

WIN is hosting a presentation tonight on women's health and nutrition, featuring the student health services nutrition team, a talk and demonstration by a reflexiologist and guest speaker Jane Perry of Jane Perry Fitness in Byron.

Claudia Philipsz, the coordinator of WIN, said she hopes the seminar will answer questions about nutrition and provide an understanding of reflexiology. "Everyone is welcome to attend the presentation," Philipz said. Admission is free at the event which takes place at the Huron College Great Hall at 6 p.m..

–LINDSAY ISAAC






To Contact The News Department:
gazette.news@julian.uwo.ca

Copyright The Gazette 1999