96, Issue 66
LAST UPDATED: Tuesday January 28, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.Double trouble for student services?
proposed fund to help alleviate the strain of next year's double cohort
on Western's student services is raising concerns about which services
are eligible to receive money and which are not.
USC calls for a fully-funded tuition freeze
Now that heavy-hitting student politicos are involved, the Ontario government is sure to listen.
After the approval of new statement policies at last Wednesday's council meeting, The University Students' Council is officially in favour of a fully-funded tuition freeze.
Israel Day celebrated
Colourful posters, information booths and cultural foods filled the University Community Centre atrium yesterday in celebration of Israel Day.
Organized by Western's Jewish Students' Union, the event showcased Israeli culture and attempted to dispel inaccurate media portrayals of Israel, said JSU President Paul Rakowski.
Layton's new energy
- Political notebook -
On Saturday, Layton, a Toronto city councillor, scored an overwhelming
first-ballot victory to become the new leader of the federal New Democratic
Know when to swipe 'em
For the second consecutive year, the Campus Rewards Program is generating cash back for students who swipe their cards at various locations across the city. However, participating vendors say reaction to the card has been mixed.
THE USUAL SUSPECTS
That's soooo '20s... Job fair today, welfare tomorrow... The Practice meets Law and Order... Concert for juvenile diabetes...
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