Volume 96, Issue 19
Tuesday October 1, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday October 1, 2002 - 4:00 p.m.

Student to battle minister

Deb Matthews, a Western student and former faculty member, successfully won the nomination for the provincial Liberal party in the riding of London North Centre on Friday.



Provincial figures wonky: double cohort underestimated

The Ontario government admits it may have underestimated the number of students graduating high school in time for next year's double cohor.



Wheels go round, bodies get "smooshed"

If you're given the choice of searching for a needle in a haystack or a seat on a city bus – take the haystack.



Government fails to crown education

It was all pomp and ceremony at the nation's capital yesterday, as Canada's Governor General delivered the speech from the throne.



Drunk tank welcomes Western student

What do you get when you mix 30,000 students, seven days, cockroaches and a whole bunch of alcohol? A week of revelry on Western's campus.



Feds: it ain't easy being green

Environment Minister David Anderson has made an art form out of answering questions about the federal government's position on the Kyoto Protocol. Friday afternoon in the Social Science Building was no different.



News Briefs

Planting flowers could help fight a chronic disorder... With the launch of a new United Way campaign, Western is hoping to raise big bucks for charity...

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