Volume 93, Issue 17

Tuesday, September 28, 1999


Letter on racism lacks guidance

No truth or spelling in advertising

Racism or sexism can't be reversed

Peace and love ignored

Freedom tank

Costly mistakes

Smiling on the beauty pageants

Police report should have been dropped

USC needs to get their finances in order

Justice Mercer-Style?

To drink or not to drink

Editorial Cartoon

No truth or spelling in advertising

To the Editor:

One of the most common errors that has plagued various pieces of literature about Western over the years is the spelling of "Somerville."

Again this unfortunate tradition has been very ably upheld by PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS in their advertisement appearing on page 7 of the Sept. 23 Gazette.

This advertisement suggests that over 150,000 people in 150 countries help clients solve complex business problems and yet they cannot correctly spell the name of the location on campus where students are supposed to seek opportunity for employment.

Alan Noon
Media Specialist
Faculty of Science

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