October 16 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 26  

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NEWS

Western scores big in survey, but so does Trent

Yesterday The Globe and Mail published the second annual University Report Card, a ranking of Canada’s schools based on the opinions of current students from each institution. It asked students to evaluate their university in categories ranging from quality of education to the quality of food on campus.


Fit to be tied: students at UVic get bondage seminar

Bondage — not a credit course, yet.

UVic Pride, a gay, lesbian, trans-sexed and bisexual students’ group at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, is hosting a bondage safety workshop next week, where students can learn to get as kinky as they want without actually hurting each other.


Lobby group to build "wall of debt" on Parliament Hill

A national campaign highlighting student debt loads in Canada is determined to bring awareness of the issue to politicians, the public and students alike.


Making sure Housing doesn't fall on its face

Ad Nauseam

The university rankings released yesterday in The Globe and Mail were perhaps flawed but nonetheless insightful. Students who responded to the online survey said Western was tops when it came to providing a quality on-campus living environment and most students that have lived in residence would certainly agree.


What the hell is that purple thing?

Even the demise of Wet/Dry couldn’t stop the addition to Concrete Beach of what underagers prayed could be only one thing: Barney the Dinosaur’s beer tent for young’uns.


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