Feds pledge cash
for student loans
The federal Liberal government promised to improve access
to post secondary education during yesterday’s speech
from the throne.
UBC denies fudging
The annual Maclean’s university rankings have developed
a reputation as an authority on university education in Canada,
but how much can they be trusted?
Political clubs merge
a lá parties
The recent merger of the Progressive Conservative and Canadian
Alliance parties at the federal level has spurred Western’s
two campus clubs to follow suit.
Bad drivers make
CCPS something something
Hey London — who loves ya, baby? With some idiot spreading
HIV and multiple drunk drivers, April just can’t come
fast enough for students. In fact, that probably explains the
high incidence of drunken debauchery this week on campus.
Prof panel talks
Last Thursday saw the first of a series of weekly professor
panels on Western’s campus, a discussion entitled “The
Crusades of George W. Bush,” in the University Community
Centre CentreSpot lounge.
Robineau for USC:
a ‘personal touch’
Fourth-year sociology student Kathy Robineau has two reasons
why you should elect her as the next University Students’ Council
Staubitz to reach
out and listen
If there is one thing fourth-year biology and geology student
Nick Staubitz can say about himself as a candidate for University
Students’ Council president, it is that he wants to reach
out and listen.
“I think I have the experience and ideas needed to be
[University Students’ Council] president,” said
Patrick Harris, one of five presidential candidates vying for
your vote in the upcoming USC elections.
> February the month
of love, black history
Get some action
> Churchill (no, not THAT Churchill)
> Not unoriginal, AB-original