96, Issue 3
LAST UPDATED: Thursday June 3, 2003 - 7:45 p.m.Parents flood campus; watch progeny graduate
graduates and their proud families can be seen strolling around Western's
campus this week, taking one last picture to remember the completion of
their university career at Western's 280th convocation ceremonies.
Western growth makes area "look like Moscow Blvd."
Like a well-fed child Western is expecting to grow, but local land owners are hoping the university is put on a diet.
Western is attempting to prepare for future growth by securing a zoning change that would ensure campus area land west of Richmond St. will be available for the university to obtain and expand.
Manley stresses education, says Martin just talks "generalities"
Deputy Prime Minister John Manley stopped by Western yesterday to talk with supporters and curious observers about the ongoing federal Liberal leadership race and his vision of reinvigorating post-secondary education in Canada.
Non Sequitor: The Gazette: Making USC fees work for you
For obvious, reader-driven
reasons, campus news media are attracted to controversy, if only to attempt
to resolve the pressing problems before they grow in effect and scope.
So with that media philosophy in tow, I ventured out on my controversy-finding
mission, rummaging for trash through the hidden recesses of the University
Profile: leadership, social activism the keys to experience
Erin McCloskey laughs when she is told some call her a social activist. "It's certainly not a self-proclaimed title," she said. "That is who I try to be."
The Dr. is in - and on the bench
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