January 29, 2004  
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Zarine Ruttonsha/Gazette
I’D LIKE ONE TICKET FOR CHARITY BALL AND FIVE BEER TICKETS? Skye Hepner looks admiringly at a balloon played with by Paula van Wyk at the USC Front yesterday.

Western will enroll slightly fewer students

Western will be scaling back the amount of first-entry students it accepts over the next two years, but will be maintaining an entering average requirement of above 80 per cent.

Too early to tell about admissions

According to an article published last Thursday in the Toronto Star, some Ontario universities — including Western, Queen’s University and the University of Waterloo — might be lowering minimum entry marks due to a drop in the number of applicants this year. However, officials at Western, Queen’s and Waterloo said this is premature.

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