96, Issue 16
LAST UPDATED: Wednesday September 25, 2002 - 2:30 p.m.Soph costs may be lowered, still face week-long sobriety
University Students' Council is working on a new plan to lower the cost of
soph fees for Western's Orientation Week leaders, focusing specifically on
the uniform prices, said USC President Chris Sinal.
year brings more skin
Lottery winner gives to work, doesn't quit
London researcher Robert Hardie won $10 million in Lotto 6/49 this past June and decided to donate $1 million for research in prostate and other urologic cancers at the London Health Sciences Centre.
CFS sets sight on new members
CASA suggests financial woes to blame
membership campaigns slated to begin in the coming weeks, the Canadian
Federation of Students has come under fire from critics who accuse the
leftist lobby group of trying to bolster membership numbers to counter an
Mental patients criminalized
A number of
international students at Simon Fraser University in British Colombia fear
they may not be able to continue their studies – or even stay in the
country – after failing to renew their study permits on time.
YouthStart will soon
be up and running in the Forest City... the Canadian Breast Cancer
Foundation of London is holding its annual walk for awareness Oct. 6 at
Greenway Park... A new community-based research project is being led by
Western education professors... The Hospice of London is holding a five
kilometre walk... The International Student Committee represents more than
1,000 international students...
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