November 21, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 47  

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NEWS

How the university 'brand' could hurt funding

University branding has revolutionized the way universities advertise to prospective students, but according to critics, there are substantial drawbacks.


Speech from the throne makes good on tuition freeze promise

Dalton McGuinty's newly formed Ontario government delivered its throne speech yesterday and a brief reference to post-secondary education assured the public the Liberals would keep their promise to freeze tuition.


New degree system on its way

Effective next September, Western will be introducing a new modular degree system.


Nemo results in many tropical fish deaths

Have you found the news dull lately? Has there been nothing but boring politicians and random, faraway crimes to read about in the newspaper? Well don't fear, Michael Jackson is here!


Religious groups break bread

Amid the hummus, baklava and kugel, almost 200 students from the major monotheistic religions on campus gathered for a dinner yesterday at Brescia University College to celebrate tolerance and understanding.


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> Enter the consumer free-zone
> Where the hell was Gizmo?

 

 

 

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