September 26, 2003  
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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


Food Services breaking even?

Food Services at Western has stated they just want to break even, which may seem incomprehensible to most students who are forced to fork over huge amounts of cash to simply eat on campus.

Can anyone really believe that sort of a statement from an organization that sells a bottle of Dasani water at CentreSpot for $2.39, while the Pit Stop, which is run by the University Students' Council, charges $1.48 for the same bottle of water after taxes?


What you see is what you get

What the Shuk?

If there's ever a quote that sums up the Ontario Liberal and Progressive Conservative parties, this is it. We're less than a week away from the election for premier and Ontarians have the unique opportunity to vote for a party they can rely on.


Coursepacks under attack, Jack

Give it to her straight

Apparently, since the first month of school is nearly over, I should have a strong hold of what's going on in my classes. I've purchased all my overpriced reading material, I've obtained the all-knowing course outlines and I should be through most of the required readings for the first few weeks, right?


Feed the brain, eyes and other body parts

Apparently I am a terrible person, I am a sad person, I am a desperate person and I am a perverted person because I read Playboy.


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