Volume 93, Issue 22

Wednesday, October 6, 1999


Tuition freeze called for by med council

OUSA prepares to tackle tuition

New technology to aid interviews

Newman teaches students ABCs

High times in Montreal Marijuana centre lights up city

U of T housing in drafty situation


Bass Ackwards

Caught on campus


The buck stops here

Today marks the kick off of the first annual Canada Trust Investment Challenge at Western.

The investment challenge was designed by Richard Ivey School of Business students Jodi Kovitz and Carmyn Aleshka, in an attempt to raise awareness about investing and multiple sclerosis.

The challenge, which runs until Nov. 22, involves investing $100,000 of play money into a portfolio of stocks. There will be a number of prizes available bi-weekly for students who have the highest portfolio and lowest portfolio, Kovitz explained.

Come comic, come all!

Put on your funny hat, because auditions for the second annual comedy show Laugh continue tonight for anyone looking to cause a few laughs.

Show director Lee Zanello said he is still needs people who are interested in helping out with sound, lighting, stage duties or even performing.

"It's open to everyone on campus and no experience is necessary," he said. Auditions are tonight from 6-9 p.m. in Rm. 224, University College.

–Nina Chiarelli

Western pit stop for ambassador

Peter Boehm, ambassador and permanent representative of Canada to the Organization of American States, the North American forum for multi-lateral dialogue and decision making, found some time in his schedule to speak to faculty members yesterday.

Boehm, who holds a Ph.D in history, spoke about his position as ambassador, Canada and the Inter-America Agenda as well as his own agenda throughout Canada.

Boehm said this year was significant for Canada because it marks the 10 year anniversary of membership to the OAS.

–Stephanie Cesca

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