September 17, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 11  

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NEWS

Beach work will go to mid-October

The uncanny observer may have noticed the Concrete Beach renovations are still not complete, but Western's favourite construction nightmare will be done soon, hopefully.

"It looks like it'll be finished Oct. 15," said Paul Tomlinson, manager of building services for the University Students' Council, adding the projected date of completion was agreed upon by physical plant at Western and Sarnia's Cope Construction, the contractor responsible for the reconstruction of the Beach.


Campaign and Clubs Week collide as Cunningham visits

The provincial election campaign is on your TV and in your newspaper, but now it is on campus as well. Among the crowd perusing the Clubs Week booths yesterday, one of the candidates mingled.


UCC packs 'em in for Clubs week

Those passing through the University Community Centre atrium may have noticed there were more booths than usual, as Clubs Week has finally hit Western.


Western's prez joins The Gazette for a chat

The Gazette caught up with Western President Paul Davenport yesterday to talk about deregulated tuition, freedom fries and retirement.


Can the Coke: TO Board of Health

The City of Toronto's Board of Health recently recommended to the city's four school boards that they stop selling all caffeinated and other non-nutritious beverages in schools.


"CAMPUS INQUISITION"

"It's pretty fuckin' bad, because the only way you can prop yourself up is by cutting someone else down.”
Andrew Crook,
Social Science IV
on the PC party's statement that Dalton McGuinty is a 'kitten eater.'


News Briefs

> Cars + pedestrians = ouch
> Teaching old dogs new tricks
> Senate and BOG nominations
> Koats for kids

 

 

 

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