January 22, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 62  

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How to lend a helping hand: Volunteering 101

It’s all about life — campus life, if you will — and there’s no better way to experience life than through volunteering. The rewards of a simple act like donating a few hours of your time are beyond explanation.

A unique ‘legion’ of history and tradition

If you have relatives who are veterans, if you’ve played on a community hockey team or if you’re from a small town, you’ve probably already heard of the Royal Canadian Legion. What you might not realize about the Legion, though, is its underlying ethos of community service and volunteerism.

These kids are actually alright

Kids. There are many who consider kids to be smelly, noisy, pains in the neck, but some just think they are fine and dandy, and members of this rare, brave breed can often be found volunteering at the London Regional Children’s Museum.

Humans being humane

I think the question to ask is: who doesn’t like animals?

Teaching (& learning) your ABCs

I want to be a teacher.

Exotic experiences: Western Rotoracts always help out

What clubs did you sign up for this year? In true Western fashion, most of you probably joined the Purple Spur; however, for those looking to have a great time while helping others, the Rotaract Club is the way to go.



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