The proposed budget
for the next fiscal year was presented to the University Students' Council
last night, outlining, among other things, a freeze on the base USC
Concrete Beach gets makeover
Will still lack ocean, bikinis and surfing
Nothing says happy anniversary more than 10-foot trees and pretty lights.
At last night's University Students' Council meeting, President Chris Sinal presented a plan to redesign the landscaping on the Concrete Beach, in front of the University Community Centre. The renovation would act as a gift to Western on behalf of the USC for the school's 125th anniversary, Sinal said.
How not to be a wanker
New Brunswick teaches etiquette course
The administration at the University of New Brunswick, spurred by shocked employer phone calls, has decided to launch an etiquette course to better prepare their students for job interviews.
"You can be technically well qualified for a job, but, if you cannot carry on a conversation or are short on sophistication when it comes to table manners at a business luncheon, you will probably not get the job, " said Yolanda Spithoven, the outreach co-ordinator at UNB, who assists students in finding employment.
NDP platform targets education
The Ontario New
Democratic Party recently released their election platform – and
left-wing hippies across the province held a collective bong session
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