LAST UPDATED: Friday January 17, 2003 - 3:15 p.m.
are you going to wear on Saturday night?
You gotta love those Buds
I first became a Maple Leafs fan back in 1993. I was a casual NHL fan
at the time, throwing my allegiance, not behind teams, but specific
players like Londoner Craig Simpson, whose parents sat behind my folks
for years at Mustangs football games...
Hab-it of winning with class
People who live in New York City say there is no city like it on earth.
While New Yorkers will surely acknowledge there are other great cities
in the world, they claim that if you have ever lived in New York, you
breast-feeding stations milk controversy
A document authored
by Western's administration that details some of the University of Western
Ontario Faculty Association's demands in the current contract negotiations
has created a controversy.
The document, entitled "Bargaining Update," details some of
UWOFA's non-salary proposals. The document includes "breast-feeding
stations on every floor of every building" and "covered bicycle
sheds adjacent to every entrance of every campus building," among
the faculty's proposals.
avoids cuts to affordable housing
London City Council announced Wednesday it will not support a recommendation
to cut $2 million from the budget for affordable housing in 2003.
"We're pleased that the members of council are starting to build
a more cohesive response to the issue of homelessness in London,"
said London Homeless Coalition spokesperson Julie Glaser, adding more
action still needs to be taken.
sniffing for student Liberal vote
leader of the Ontario Liberals and candidate for premier in the next
provincial election, was pressured to include policies which improve
post-secondary education in his party's platform, when he visited Western
and literacy get funding
Sadly, drunken stupidity still not supported
Language and Literacy Research Network received $571,830 in funding
for 2003, in an announcement made by Joe Fontana, Liberal member of
Parliament for London North Centre.
"The [CLLRN's] research activities focus on early language and
literacy skills, because these provide the foundation for success in
school and in life," Fontana said in a media release.
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drugs: the highs and lows
C&C feature examines the controversial, and sometimes deadly,
world of illegal drugs. Through research, expert opinion and interviews
with former users, The Gazette has compiled a profile on
the nature, side-effects and inherent physical and mental dangers
of common illicit drugs in today’s society
OF THE WEEK
lot of people smoke, not so much to poison their bodies and die
a horrendous death, but to give them an excuse to get outside and
collect their thoughts. James Dowrick, a fourth-year urban development
student, shared his thoughts with The Gazette on Thursday.
“What if there were only 26 numbers in the world, but like,
an infinite amount of letters. Think about it: we’d have a
ton of words to express ourselves and relate to each other with,
and nothing in the world would cost more than $26. Think about it
Brand: Hand-rolled Du Mauriers.
Goal as a future urban developer: Find a way to
develop London into a cool city.
Favourite childhood toy: Easy-bake oven