Volume 94, Issue 1

Friday, May 12, 2000


O-week survives the Senate intact

Western grads make top 40

Teachers flunk budget

The battle for books rages on

Western escapes virus' tough love

Pot party ready to take the next step

The coolest way to kill insects


Media centre links UWO to Fanshawe

Faculty and admin dispute sees new light


Getting you back in the swing of things

If summer school courses are giving you a pain in the neck, a new addition to the University Community Centre might be of some assistance.

As of April 17th, Western Health Services now offers students, faculty and staff the care of chiropractor Neil A. Burden.

Located in room 25 of the UCC, Burden will be on campus Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 12 to 3 p.m. to help ease the aches and pains of students. Burden said no medical referrals are required and added those seeking more information should call or pay a visit.

–Aaron Wherry

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