Volume 93, Issue 90

Monday, March 21, 2000


Police search for stabbing suspects

Councillors select future Board

Student disappears without a trace

Accusations fly over film-fest

City bars target date rape drugs

Week of crime highlighted by theft



Caught on campus


Artsy ideology makes annual appearance

The faculty of arts will be spreading the word about their annual publication at an on-campus party tonight.

Propaganda, the faculty of arts' annual journal, will be released to the public at a celebration at the Wave, said Marica Ceperkovic, a first-year media, information and technoculture student and graphics editor for the journal.

Ceperkovic said the publication includes poems, short stories, comics and drawings from Western students. All are welcome to attend tonight's party free of cost, Ceperkovic said, adding this year's issue of Propaganda will be sold for $4.

–Paul-Mark Rendon

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