96, Issue 100
LAST UPDATED: Tuesday April 8, 2003 - 2:45 p.m.Prime Minister to visit Western
Prime Minister Jean Chrétien will be visiting Western today to
celebrate federal funding of post-secondary education.
Graduating teachers tested
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.
Iraqi leaders bombed, deaths unknown
(AP) – 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.
SATIRE: Apocalypse loom
Recent unseasonably cold weather has some people convinced that the Apocalypse
News roundtable: Three cynics, one dreamer
Hard 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
Stockwell Day made a dry landing, minus the jet skies and wet suit, when
he paid a visit to Western yesterday.
Gazette News: Year in Review
A single tear can be shed, as the end of another Gazette publication year
comes to an end. Over the year, we have covered a wide array of topics
that have affected students' lives. Here is a look back at the headlines
and stories that have stood out over the past year.
Robarts receives helping hand from TD
O-Week's future still up in air
Plans for the re-shaping of Orientation Week will remain shrouded in secrecy
for the foreseeable future, after the group responsible cancelled an expected
report to Wednesday's University Students' Council meeting.
Slacktopia: My Gazette breakup: cruel, yet loving mistress
Manville: Striking a balance at university
While it has never translated into any form of academic achievement, I
can say, with absolute certainty, that I am a thinker. It's generally
a wide spectrum of wonderings that float through my head, but for the
most part, I have to confess, I think about me.
Double latte: Gazette vs. the USC
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