Volume 92, Issue 85

Wednesday, March 10, 1999


London ranks low on safety scale

Conflict motion creates conflict

Harichy arrest not for medical reasons

U of T cashes in Varsity Blues rights

Debating both pros

New rez struts its stuff in video

Prof excellence rewarded

March the month for vehicle violations


Caught on campus

Caught on campus too


Flower power

Western students are preparing to celebrate Daffodil month slightly early – in recognition of cancer awareness.

Alice Barnett, charity commissioner for the University Students' Council, said there will be a Canadian Cancer Society booth in the University Community Centre atrium today. It will be set up for those who wish to give a donation to help fund research for breast cancer.

Along with the booth, there will be a memorial board for anyone who knows someone who has been diagnosed with cancer. Students are asked to write the person's name on the board and to help out by making a small donation.

"By people becoming aware of how big of an issue cancer is, they will help by doing their part," Barnett said.

Daffodil Day is on March 24.


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