November 13, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 42  

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NEWS

'Sessionals' getting shafted?

At the Canadian Association of University Teachers' Fair Employment Week sessions, one of the items up for discussion was universities' use of sessional - or part-time, as they are called at Western - faculty.


Ombudsperson here to help - use on the rise

The recently released annual report of Western's ombudsperson outlined the general nature of cases brought to the ombuds office in the 2002-03 scholastic year.


Voter turnout up, marginally; students still don't care

The municipal election that took place Monday recorded a slightly higher voter turnout than the previous one, though few Western students were seen marking a ballot on campus on voting day.


Day marked the start of horror

The day signifying the commencement of the most destructive genocidal event in history was remembered yesterday in the University Community Centre atrium.


Ruining academic debate

I love university. I love the beautiful Western girls that don't know I exist. I love cheap beer at The Spoke everyday. I love watching the Western football games. I used to love the guest speakers at Western.


Raccoons can be evil, but not that evil

Dear Editor,

For weeks I have been dealing with a problem, a problem which has consumed my very existence. The problem is an infestation of flesh-eating raccoons in my house.


News Briefs

> Council of Canadians: what now?
> Vagina, mono, logs: poorly placed commas
> Ukrainian genocide: 70 years ago
> Western, Auto21 put motorheads together

 

 

 

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