February 4, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 69  

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NEWS

Student rent costs to surge?
Owners face tax hike, insurance woes

Although increased enrollment at Western due to the double cohort will not put a strain on the amount of housing available, industry insiders are warning of the possibility that rents will increase significantly over the next few years.


U of T refuses to recognize two student referenda

Two referenda were held at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus on Jan. 20 and 21, asking students if they would consent to be represented by the Scarborough Campus Student Union rather than the campus-wide student groups.


Job Fair packs ’em in as students peruse at UCC

Students passing through the University Community Centre yesterday were greeted by dozens of booths stacked with flashy pamphlets and smiling recruiters, though many were there for different reasons.


Candidates for Feb. 17/18 USC election


Learmonth will bring a no nonsense approach

Money: it is the root of all evil, life could be better with more of it, Notorious B.I.G. said more of it means more problems and, according to University Students’ Council presidential candidate Steve Learmonth, it is the USC’s prime area of improvement.


Campus Inquisition

Every year they come to Western: recruiters, head hunters, human resource gurus and people who just want to pretend they want to hire you. But since job fairs are about the stuff successful dreams are made of, we decided to venture forth and ask the question that is on every student’s mind: Will the job fair get you that nice plum job after you graduate?


Molenuis: bringing local experience to the USC

Dave Molenhuis would like to bring his experience working in the London community and apply it to the job of University Students’ Council president. “I believe I am the only candidate who knows exactly what [the students] want and who knows how to give it to [them] — I have experience and genuine concern for student interests.”


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