Funding for tuition
The presidents of Ontario’s universities are frustrated
over Premier Dalton McGuinty’s slow movement on delivering
a fully funded tuition freeze as promised during the October
election campaign, with some questioning if the initiative
is affordable or even desirable.
The University Students’ Council is reviewing the poster
policy guidelines after conflicting interpretations of the
current policy flared up between two student groups on campus,
the Israeli Action Committee and Solidarity for Palestinian
Relocated Copy Centre
opens, but just try to find it
The outer regions of Western’s campus are dotted by
forests, playing fields and now thanks to a silly decision
by Western brass, the new home of Graphic Services and social
science’s Copy Centre.
big deal — BA is still BS
It’s no secret the face of both post-secondary
education and the job market have been changing for some time;
before long, we’ll likely need a BA in grease-ology to
flip burgers for the rest of our lives.
Bush, Martin all
smiles, but more work needed
All it took was 75 minutes to get Canadian Prime Minster Paul
Martin and American President George W. Bush to actually agree
on two issues.
campaign — but what is OUSA?
The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance was in the University
Community Centre yesterday, promoting the launch of their new
campaign, Invest in Access, while admitting the need to promote
themselves as well.
> New Orientation
officer chosen, bigger bang for O-Week
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