Volume 95, Issue 82

Friday, March 8, 2002
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-Budget 2002/2003-
Spoke fights 'stank'

Jesus called into question

The 65 per cent question

CFS slams Pierre Trudeau scholarship

ATMs eating students' beer money

Lots of sex - but none of it sells?

News Briefs

News Briefs

Colombian "all-stars " share stories

An "all-star" line-up of activists will be in town today to share their experiences in war-torn Columbia.

Organized by local activist groups, the event will present the perspective of the Colombian people, said Brad MacIntosh, a member of the UWO Public Interest Research Group.

Among the guests will be Eva Gruesco, an International Women's Day activist, Pedro Pablo, leader of indigenous opposition to Plan Columbia and Augustin Reyes, leader of the peasant Network of Communities of the Peace Territories.

"We are fortunate to have them here to speak," MacIntosh said.

A screening of The Hidden Story at 3 p.m. in University College rm. 84, presented by the Western Undergraduate Film Association, will be followed by discussion.

–Erin Conway-Smith


Incorrect figures appeared in yesterday's coverage of the University Students' Council 2002/2003 budget.

Corporate expenses for the current fiscal year total $2,079,313.

The Gazette regrets the error.

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