February 11, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 73  

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Candidates grilled by campus media

The University Community Centre atrium hosted a forum yesterday allowing campus media to ask questions of the University Students’ Council presidential candidates.

WDN: trivial or mark of death?

If a student at Western drops a course after the add/drop period ends but before the deadline for academic penalty, their transcript will show the course dropped along with an indication they withdrew from it. The Student Caucus On Governance thinks this is unjust and is preparing to lobby for an end to the practice..

Church of England wants Sunday moved?

Under most circumstances, Sunday is a day of rest, reflection, prayer and maybe the day to nurse a hemorrhaging hangover after a debaucherously sinful evening filled with alcohol and lusty bar hoppers.

Candidate gets stiff penalty for infraction

The University Students’ Council elections committee has come to a decision on presidential candidate Kathy Robineau’s unintentional infraction of the election bylaws when she solicited visitors to her website for their student numbers.

Synthetic marijuana just as good?

Ill pot smokers looking to do away with the pink elephants might finally get some help from another drug.

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