96, Issue 62
LAST UPDATED: Tuesday January 21, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.Faculty give union power to strike
faculty has voted to give its union the power to strike if negotiations
with the university administration reach an impasse.
London joins international protest against war on Iraq
Community and religious leaders gathered at a rally on Saturday in downtown London to protest Canada's position on future military action in Iraq.
Approximately 500 people, many waving signs with anti-military slogans, attended the rally, which was held in front of the John Labatt Centre.
Science falls on deaf Western ears
Bunsen Burners can create intense heat, but unfortunately they can't lay the heat on Western administration.
The Let's Talk Science Partnership Program, a campus organization since 1991, will be unable to continue operating for this semester, and the next academic year, due to the program's inability to secure funding from the university's central office or the individual departments of the faculty of science.
Liberal tuition scheme critiqued
The upcoming release of the Ontario Liberal Party education platform will
enable parents to pre-pay their children's tuition at current rates –
a move that will benefit wealthier families with disposable income, critics
THE USUAL SUSPECTS: Tracking peepers across the snow
Though Disorientation Week is but a foggy memory, it seems the spirit of drunkenness and disorientation lives on in the Western community.
2002/03 USC Report Card
like the denizens of Springfield, the University Students' Council Board
of Directors consists of a wide variety of characters. Heading into their
final months in office, it's time for the current class of cartoon politicos
to step up and receive their grades.
LHSC finishes at head of the class
It is report card time for Ontario's acute care hospitals, and according to a comprehensive study conducted by the Ontario Hospital Association, the London Health Sciences Centre has received an A+.
Banging may be good for the brain
Porn stars may be geniuses
those of us who do not experience great sex on a regular basis, a new
Canadian study goes a long way to support the notion that good feelings
come from sexual healing.
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