A day in the life
of Western Prez Paul Davenport
We all remember Professional Development days. The glory of
a school-free weekday was second to none. Sleeping in, watching
daytime television and eating cookies for breakfast because
mom was at work — we all miss them for their freedom
and lazy joy.
Simon Fraser good
Simon Fraser University doesn’t like illiterate students — especially
ones trying to get into their school.
Student groups want
more from Martin
Prime Minister Paul Martin’s throne speech Monday received
mainly positive feedback from student lobby groups who say
they are encouraged by the promises made, but anxious to see
Israel Day celebrated
The Jewish Students’ Union held their annual festival
of all things Israeli yesterday in the University Community
Centre atrium with a colourful display area that focused on
promoting the values of the Middle Eastern nation.
grad-specific tax cut
Leadership candidates for the new Conservative Party of Canada
are trying to court the youth vote with fiscal and economic
policies aimed at lessening the burden on graduates’ wallets.
Report Card time:
evaluating the USC’s top dogs
Every year The Gazette evaluates
the University Students’ Council’s Board of Directors
(the president and vice-presidents), by soliciting, confidentially,
an assessment from USC councillors and commissioners.
The Gazette doles out grades
Historically, The Gazette
allowed the University Students’ Council’s Board
of Director Report Cards, which are based on comments from
councillors and commissioners, to speak for themselves.
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