Volume 92, Issue 90

Thursday, March 18, 1999


NEWS

Student fee increases passed

USC communications officer calls it quits

Fee may be cut for legal services

London police close in on T.J. Baxter's bomber

Charges laid in latest London stabbing

Parental care receives financial boost

Quickies

Caught on campus

Quickies

A ball of fun


This year's Charity Ball was a smashing success, raising $41,335.56 to be precise.

The money, which surpassed last year's total by more than $10,000, was presented to the Canadian Diabetes Association and the Make-A-Wish Foundation at last night's University Students' Council meeting.

"They had some really good programs. The Canadian Diabetes Association had an idea for a summer camp for kids and the Make-A-Wish Foundation needed help fulfilling young cancer patients' wishes to visit places such as Disney World," said Melissa Cousineau, USC VP-student affairs.

Cousineau said the ball has become a major event within the Western community.

"I think it sells itself because it's one of the events people feel they have to be at and it's always a lot of fun," she said. "It gets people talking and next year organizers are going to have big shoes to fill."

–AARON WHERRY


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