October 29 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 33  

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NEWS

Student fails -before plagiarizing

A university student is failing a course in an attempt to protest the use of an online plagiarism detecting tool.


Students tell prez to tell admin where it can put its parking

An open forum on parking was held yesterday in the University Community Centre atrium, moderated by University Students' Council President Paul Yeoman.


Student politicos put heads together

What do you get if you put three truckloads of student politicians in the same room?

Last week a Canadian Alliance of Student Associations conference was held in Ottawa, said Paul Yeoman, president of the University Students?Council.


Ducking controversy not part of our job

From the Far Lane

Western students have direct physical access to something no other university students in Canada have: the only daily student newspaper in the country.


Campus Inquisition

Prompted by a sparsely attended parking forum and a McGill student boycotting turnitin.com, Campus Inquisition took to the streets in hopes students would reveal their deep, dark feelings about parking on campus and turnitin.com.


Military looking to recruit med. students

With rising tuition fees and crippling student debts, many medical science students are looking to alleviate their problem; and with the army's help, financial freedom is but a boot camp trip away.


Western blows out 125 candles

Hundreds gathered at The Great Hall in Somerville House yesterday to celebrate Western's 125th birthday and eat free cake.


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> Diversity is good, Nazis hate it
> Bikinis help keep track of months

 

 

 

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