a Western professor of education, has been chosen as the New Democratic
Party's candidate in the riding of London North Centre.
Make hot dogs, not war
To the relief of students campus wide, this spring's warm weather has been accompanied by the return of another Western favourite – that's right, the Hot Dog Lady.
Affectionately known as "La femme saucisse," Gabriella Lakatos returned to the Concrete Beach yesterday to peddle her tantalizing tube-steaks. Lakatos reappeared behind her barbecue of beef, after a brief winter vacation, bringing tears to the eyes of many Western sausage lovers.
Mustangs corralled in CASA elections
In a vote held during CASA's annual Internal Review conference, which took place last week at the University of Manitoba, James Kusie, the vice-president of the University of Manitoba Students' Union, won the position of national director in the second round of voting, explained Erin Stevenson, CASA's communications officer.
Hippies and suits
Have you ever witnessed the academic equivalent of mating a cat with a dog? You will soon.
A new concurrent program, combining media, information and technoculture and the honours business administration program at the Richard Ivey School of Business will be introduced this coming September.
Aspirin vs. cancer?
In a new study
published this month, Robert Sandler, a professor at the University
of North Carolina, discovered that one aspirin a day decreased the amount
of polyps – which are thought to cause cancer – produced
in the body by blocking the COX-2 enzyme, which is responsible for inflammation.
Since they are probably
the only people on campus who even remember St. Patrick’s Day, The
Gazette decided to talk to the friendly staff at The Spoke and The
Wave, and find out what made their green holiday great.
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