Volume 92, Issue 81

Wednesday, March 3, 1999


NEWS

Four-year BA gets the nod from Senate

Another stabbing punctures downtown

Early exit for Harrison

Argument consumes faculty meeting

Martin's budget includes students

Tan plans for future presidential position

Quickies

No vacation from campus

Caught on campus

Caught on campus too

Caught on campus again

Quickies

Brown bag it


The Delaware Hall "Brown Bag Lunch Series" is hosting a talk by Kylene Dube, a counsellor for Family Services London, today at noon.

Dube will be discussing approaches and tips for dealing with stress and depression, said Geoffrey Gladdy, residence manager at Delaware. "I think this is a great topic considering the events recently taking place at [Saugeen-Maitland Hall]," he said.

Gladdy said the talks are usually kept short and are open to everyone in the university community.

Talk about high tuition


Ranting and raving about tuition hikes are being welcomed at tomorrow's tuition rally in the University Community Centre which will feature an open mic.

Ian Armour, president of the University Students' Council, said he is looking forward to the open rally which will be regulated by Gord Harris, the host of Hot Talk at CFPL Radio.

"It's open to anyone who wants to talk," Armour said. He added he hopes the rally will help students to understand what happens when cuts are made to post secondary education and what the USC is doing to help.

–SABRINA CARINCI




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