November 27, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 50  

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Dave Picard/Gazette
NOW THAT’S HOW MUCH I THOUGHT I HAD LAST NIGHT... A new study about alcohol studies suggests students aren’t reliable in reporting how much they drink.

Education funding falls behind health

Spending on health care has exceeded total funding for education in Canada, prompting educators to question the governments’ commitment to the public system.


Drunken stupidity: students don't know how to count beers

Note to frosh: be careful next time you return home from the bar, puke behind the bike racks at Saugeen and tell your residence advisor you only had four drinks — you’re not fooling anyone.


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Dallas Curow/Gazette
BEHOLD! WILLY WONKA’S RIVER OF CHOCOLATE. Charlie, er, an interested Western student, overlooks the Thames River, in all its brownish, good-enough-to-drink splendour.

 

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