September 9, 2003  
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Dave Picard/Gazette
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Students' parking pushed to periphery

The elimination of some undergraduate student parking spaces has angered students, although officials point out there are still several lots on the periphery of campus available for use.

The green Springett parking spaces (located west of Western Rd.) have been taken up by gray parking spaces, which are reserved for staff and faculty, said Dave Riddell, associate-VP of physical plant and capital planning at Western.


The USC's never ending lawsuit delayed again

Since 1997, the University Students' Council and several other Canadian student unions have been contesting a lawsuit with the Canadian Federation of Students-Services, Travel Cuts and the Association of Student Councils.

The dispute centres around the ownership of Travel Cuts. Before 1991, over 70 student associations owned Travel Cuts by way of their membership in the Association of Student Councils.


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