Volume 93, Issue 95

Wednesday, March 29, 2000


Computers stolen from SSC offices

Research gets $18.5M boost

Western student still missing

Alcohol consumptions leads to - less sex?

Multiple arrests made at T.O. rave

Biotechnological food explained in magazine

Settlers have hard time finding jobs


Bass Ackwards

Caught on campus


Daffodils for cancer research

It might not be a bouquet, but it will certainly make you feel good.

Students interested in making a donation to help cancer research will receive a yellow daffodil pin this week at a booth set up in the University Community Centre atrium.

Also in the UCC is a memory board to remember those who have been diagnosed or who have died from the disease, said Christina Flammini, the University Students' Council charity commissioner.

She added all proceeds from the donations would go to the Canadian Cancer Society and those who stopped by the booth could pick up literature on cancer, free of charge.

Flammini said she was still looking for volunteers to sell daffodils from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow. Sign up sheets are available in the USC office.

Flammini added she was hoping to surpass last year's total of $1,328 and stressed that every penny helped.

–Marcy Cabral

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