Tuesiday April 8, 2003 - 2:45 p.m.
Prime Minister to visit Western
Canadian Prime Minister
Jean Chrétien will be visiting Western today to celebrate federal
funding of post-secondary education.
Chrétien will be honoured in a formal program at Western at 7
p.m. at the Great Hall in Somerville House.
Provincial test critiqued by many
The tables have been turned: it is now time for teachers to be tested.
Nearly 9,000 student teachers from across the province wrote the new Ontario
Teacher Qualifying Test last Saturday. For the first time in almost a
century, graduating teachers will be required to take a compulsory four-hour
written test in order to teach at any public school across the province.
leaders bombed, deaths unknown
The United States struck a "leadership target" in Baghdad last
night, military officials said.
The target was believed to be one or more of the top government or military
leaders in Saddam Hussein's regime, the officials said, speaking on a
condition of anonymity.
cold weather has some people convinced that the Apocalypse is approaching.
Citing flash ice storms and unprecedented spring snowfall as harbingers
of the end of the world, many are attempting to make peace with a higher
power before it's too later.
Three cynics, one dreamer
to believe the year is over, 100 news sections later. In light of this
fact, The Gazette's news editors have decided to give you a look
into the depths of our silly, twisted minds.
> Day slams Liberal policy on Iraq
> Gazette News: Year in Review
> Robarts receives helping hand from TD
> O-Week's future still up in air
My Gazette breakup: cruel, yet loving mistress
Striking a balance at university
> Double latte:
Gazette vs. the USC
> News Briefs
Old Man Greaves/Gazette
students love doing it all night long
can be long, lonely and incredibly stressful.
This we all
know, but what exactly happens during these long cramming sessions
and how much work really gets done? The Gazette’s
Nicole D’Cruz and Ila Seegobin took up the challenge of pulling
an all-nighter for both academic and journalistic purposes. The
rule: stay up all night. The catch: actually get some studying,
research and/or essay writing done.
say sleep or be stupid
students studying right?
Gazette Editorial Board