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
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.
Spanking: is it only
for consenting adults?
The Supreme Court of Canada release their ruling this Friday
on whether to make obsolete laws that allow parents and teachers
to use reasonable force when punishing children.
council plans to leave CFS
York University’s new student union representatives
were finally ratified last Thursday after defending their November
election victory against accusations from some of the losing
great return rate
Economists at TD Canada Trust have good news for starving
students who expect to continue starving after completing their
studies. In fact, the experts claim the benefits of a university
degree extend beyond debt and financial worry.
studied: men like sex
Finding out what our confusing and often mysterious subconscious
is thinking was the subject of a recent study on the dreams
of university students. The study has since ignited the interest
of students across the country.
> Last day for USC
> Listen to profs in your spare time?
> Got the movie jones?