Volume 92, Issue 91

Friday, March 19, 1999


NEWS

Tilston would have been fired by USC

Deterring crime with technology

Computing a new degree

Student groups prep for elections

Nuts and bolts with a business sense

Mixed responses to standardized testing

Quickies

Caught on campus

Quickies

Reach out and hug a tree


This Monday marks the beginning of environmental loving for Western students.

Enviro Week '99 will focus on the Western environment by showcasing the impact, choices and ecology regarding university students, said Michael Creighton, University Students' Council environmental awareness commissioner.

There will be daily events and games featuring prizes held in the University Community Centre.

"I think that a lot of people are neglecting the recycling program and a lot of people are aware of the nature around them on campus," Creighton said.



Breakfast of champions


Western is inviting the London community to give their two cents worth to its best and brightest on March 25.

There will be a panel discussion on the future of education, politics and medicine featuring over 50 personalities from the Western community including Western President Paul Davenport, said Judy Noordermeer, communications and public affairs officer at Western.

While there is no cost for attending the two-hour breakfast meeting, guests must RSVP in order to reserve seating for this limited event.

–NINA CHIARELLI




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