September 26, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 17  

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NEWS

English causes film studies scandal?

When film students at Western returned this September, they found their program - or at least the people who run it - had changed drastically.

"As a result of a general lack of firm commitment to the program by the Department of English, three out of our four full-time professors took positions at other institutions - the single remaining of the four professors is, this year, going on sabbatical. Come January, the film program will be headed by professors that Western has hired this past summer," said Ben Filippini, a recent graduate of the film program.


Looking at the price of food on campus

If the prices of food on campus make you lose your appetite, a little bargain hunting may do some good. Although many students may not be aware of it, there are ways to avoid paying an arm and a leg for a bite to eat.


Bar penalized after death

The Quebec Liquor Board suspended the liquor license of a popular Quebec City bar after an 18-year-old drank himself to death.

According to a report released by the Alcohol Gaming and Racing Board in Quebec, the bar l'Autre Zone was slapped with a five month suspension of their liquor license.


Bennifer lives, MacKay and Harper woo and cow eats grass

Escaping the infamous Western bubble that keeps students safely insulated from the outside world is nearly impossible, but by reading this you are one step closer to being one step farther from total ignorance.


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