October 1, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 19  

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NEWS

Western still clean; caretakers to vote

Conciliation talks between Western's administration and the Canadian Union of Public Employees local 2361 ended yesterday with the union deciding to take an administration proposal to its membership for a vote on Wed., Oct. 8.


Student reps applaud plan to reform OSAP

Many can agree the Ontario Student Assistance Plan needs improvement. At the University of Toronto, both student groups and administration have come together to devise a plan on how OSAP should be improved.


Are all women really "cougars" at heart?

Cougars are no longer a seedy bar phenomenon; they are on the prowl, searching for cabana boys who can provide more than intellectual stimulation.


Gays can straighten out: group

When Focus on the Family decided to have an "ex-gay" conference in Toronto two weeks ago, they may not have expected to have protesters rallying outside the event.


Film students upset over loss of study room

Film students were upset to learn the study room designated to them was taken away this year because more rooms were needed to accommodate the English department's graduate students.


Campus Inquisition


NDP leader visits Fanshawe

With the Ontario election just a day away, New Democratic Party leader Howard Hampton stopped by Fanshawe College yesterday to thank his supporters and make a final pitch to Londoners to support their local NDP candidates.


MSN ditches free chat to save kids

In what is described as an effort to offer greater protection to users of its Internet services, Microsoft will be terminating most of its free, unmoderated online chat service in Canada by Oct. 14.


How to Vote

If you live in residence simply bring photo ID like a driver's license or passport, that has a photo and signature, to the UCC.


News Briefs

> Researching to not forget sooner
> E-mail about books, no wait
> People walk for people who can not

 

 

 

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