Volume 96, Issue 11
Tuesday September 17, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday September 17, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

Advertising in UCC
Politicos ink corporate deal

Corporate advertising at Western is going to be appearing in a new and more obvious package in the University Community Centre within the next month.


Campus crime: the numbers game

While it is important to feel secure and safe on campus, a lack of standardization for university crime statistics can be misleading for prospective students.



UBC students to sue university

A lawsuit has been filed against the University of British Columbia by 10 MBA students after their tuition fees were quadrupled.



Housing plentiful

While it may be a problem in other cities, a housing shortage might not be coming for students in the Forest City.



Ontario volunteers court disaster
New government emergency assistance program

Nobody likes disaster, not even the Ontario government.

Last week, the provincial government announced its intention to introduce a network of community-based volunteers to assist professional emergency personnel in the event of a disaster.



Students leaving provincial nest?

While top students will be staying in Ontario, average students may have more difficulty entering the world of higher education due to the upcoming double cohort.

 


Bikes love being stolen

It's only two weeks into the school year and the campus hoodlums are running wild.




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