Western vows to keep promise
Finances will not be a barrier
A promise is a promise.
So says Western's administration, who maintain they will keep a promise that no undergraduate student will be unable to attend school due to insurmountable financial obstacles.
USC presidential races gets a little nasty
While there were few campaign infractions during this year's University Students' Council presidential elections, allegations by one candidate almost resulted in the disqualification of Chris Sinal.
Drink bucks leave kids hungry
Saving change from a night out drinking has just gotten harder. Among your pocket full of loonies and toonies, don't be surprised if you find a foreign coin or two.
"You're a poopy head" -- "No, you're a poopy head"
Even before talks for a new collective bargaining agreement have begun, sparks are already flying between Western's administration and faculty association.
HE LEARNED THE HARD WAY - NO MATTER HOW MUCH POETRY YOU READ ON THE
FRONT DOORSTEP - THEY WON'T LET GUYS LIVE THERE. EVER. Robin MacFarlane
reviewed notes on the doorstep of Brescia's residence Tuesday.
WHACKY HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT: DETERMINE THE SEISMIC ACTIVITY GENERATED
WHEN A WHORE HOUSE OPENS NEXT TO A NAVAL BASE. Second-year geography
student Hannah Merrick crunches numbers in geology lab Tuesday.
Exotic and tasty eats at the Village Cafe
Have you ever had a craving for citrus crusted mahi-mahi?
That's just one of many exotic dishes offered at Village Café and if you can get past the unconventional names, you'll discover each dish provides a unique, exciting taste experience.
Western advances to OUA final
Even a blown transformer couldn't turn the lights out on the Mustangs volleyball season.
The men's volleyball team advanced to the Ontario University Athletics finals by defeating the University of Windsor in three games in their best-of-three OUA play-off series.