Volume 96, Issue 75
Wednesday February 12, 2003
Peter Mercer, has decided to step down after eight years in the position.
Politicos face media spotlights
Yesterday's media forum saw six University Students' Council presidential candidates entertain the masses with dancing, impressions and jokes.
The forum was held yesterday afternoon in the University Community Centre atrium, providing an opportunity for campus media to question the candidates on their platforms.
Students battle in virtual cosmetic war
Computer nerds beware – the cosmetics industry is invading your domain.
L'Oreal Canada has developed "E-strat," an Internet-based competition that tests participants' abilities to manage PRIMA, a simulated cosmetics company.
University liable for young booze-hounds
Drunk kids be warned: Western is ready for you.
A paper presented last Friday to the Council of Ontario Universities by Michael Kennedy, a lawyer representing the Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie firm, examined liability to the universities' representatives in regards to the upcoming double cohort.
Provinces still hungry for funding
Health care needs revamp
They got $27 billion
and they still want more.
Due to our staff’s raging jealousy inspired by years of rejection, The Gazette decided to find out how people around campus feel about Valentine’s Day.
What are your
plans for Valentine’s Day?
“I am taking
Lindsey Wilson out for dinner. Make sure you get her name in there —
is going to his Grandma’s anniversary because they got married on
Valentine’s Day [insert gagging action here]. So, I get to sit at
home and cry.”
If you take someone
out for Valentine’s Day, should sex be guaranteed?
“Yeah. If I
am taking someone out for Valentine’s Day, then it definitely has
to be someone I am having sex with.”
“No. You shouldn’t
be guaranteed sex because it is something that should come naturally.
You shouldn’t have to pay money to have sex.”
© 2002 THE GAZETTE