Long awaited Orientation Week report
The long awaited overhaul of Western's Orientation Week finally
started to take shape yesterday as a list of recommendations
revamping its structure and programming was presented to the
University Students' Council at last night's meeting.
Sue: the sexual Yoda
The Wave was packed yesterday with people waiting to see a
little old lady talk about sex. There were people sitting on
the floor, on window sills and on the bar. Yet not a single
one would admit to The Gazette they had come to listen
to a woman talk in elaborate detail about sex.
Candidates argue over university funding
in funny, raucous debate
Western was abuzz with political rhetoric yesterday, as provincial
candidates from the London area congregated at two campus debates.
The political gloves came off at the later debate, held at
the McKellar Room in the University Community Centre, where
three candidates for London North Centre debated post-secondary
education issues and who could yell louder.
Martin and McGuinty both looking to
After his humiliating performance in Ontario's last election,
Liberal Party leader Dalton McGuinty has worked to hone his
craft and barring disaster, finally seems ready to slink into
his role as premier of Canada's largest province.
How off campus bars do Wet/Dry
With the University Students' Council's Wet/Dry program indefinitely
suspended, Wet/Dry events around the city may soon be under
The rich keep getting richer. Imitating real life, students
in business and engineering programs are getting more money
than those in arts programs.
> Viva la revolucion!
> Dirty water at Fanshawe Golf Course
> More bling, same low ranking
> The issues, the leaders, the spin