96, Issue 57
LAST UPDATED: Friday January 10, 2003 - 3:00 p.m.Western faculty to vote on possible strike mandate
faculty members will hold a vote before Jan. 17 on whether or not to give
the faculty association the authority to strike.
Election saddled with dental plan
Following a unanimous decision by the University Students' Council, the question of adopting an opt-out dental plan will be put to the student body.
Under the first posted motion at the Dec. 4 USC meeting, a referendum will be held as to whether or not the USC should adopt a student dental plan similar to the health plan already available to students, said Chris Sinal, USC president.
ignites concern over Waterloo pub
Car stealin' a celebrated London hobby
Attention Western students: the chance of your car being stolen in London
has doubled in the past decade.
VP-campus issues to act as advocate for student daycare
Western Daycare held a meeting on Dec. 6 to discuss the funding changes that have occurred to daycare services in London.
Nicole Nelson, University Students' Council VP-campus issues was in attendance at the meeting, which included representation from the City of London.
Everybody must get stoned - then drive
Pembroke man wins court battle
Following a recent court decision, Nelly may not need to keep the L's
confined to the back of his Benz any longer.
News for Dummies:
Gollum and Avril battle Saddam and Bush for headlines
Although news was so scarce this week that Avril Lavigne's Grammy nominations dominated the headlines, News for Dummies is still here to keep Western students informed in the new year.
Salsa, swing and struttin'... aRtsY FarTsY...
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