Volume 96, Issue 56
Thursday January 9, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Thursday January 9, 2003 - 5:00 p.m.

Council speaks, Board listens?

Last night, the Board of Directors of Western's University Students' Council addressed councillor reports, which critically examined several USC policies and procedures.



Manley loves the Sens

Deputy prime minister and Minister of Finance John Manley took part in a roundtable discussion at Western yesterday afternoon with researchers and administrators as part of his Canada-wide consultations concerning the upcoming federal budget.



Canuck culture embedded on campus

University and political leaders were at Western on Tuesday to discuss the importance of being aware of Canadian history and culture.



USC evaluates mid-season success

They talked the talk, but could they walk the walk?

At last night's University Students' Council meeting, the Board of Directors presented an update on the progress of initiatives announced back in September.

MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Drunken debauchery all a mental game?
> Our home and native land, eh?
> From the far lane: Hypocrisy Bush's safest option
> News Briefs



Beth Kerim/Gazette
YOU'RE NOT GETTING OUT FRESH WATER WITHOUT A FIGHT. Glen Scott, a Western alumnus and member of the Upper Thames Military Re-enactment Society, was in the UCC atrium talking to anyone who wanted to learn more about The War of 1812 as part of Canadian Awareness Week.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Reviews of Catch Me If You Can, Adaptation, About Schmidt, Gangs of New York, and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.


MORE A&E HEADLINES:

> Shukvision: Predictions: from Skee-Lo to Leno
> CD REVIEW: Elephant Man
> CD REVIEW: Red Hot & Riot

SPORTS

No Sports today...

CAMPUS & CULTURE

Ready, set, lease - it's house hunting season

> Ready, set, lease - it's house hunting season
> Landlords, shacks and animals make for shitty situations
> Everybody's got a story that could break your heart



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