january 8, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 54  

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USC insurance headache
Policy will limit off-campus events

The University Students’ Council returned from the holidays without insurance coverage for off-campus events involving alcohol, forcing clubs to keep events on campus or try to acquire special insurance provisions.

Astronaut regales Western crowd

As a contribution to Western’s 125th anniversary celebrations, the faculty of engineering launched its Distinguished Lecture Series with Canadian astronaut Bjarni Tryggvason’s talk entitled “Space for Everyday: An Astronaut’s Reflections.”

Keep your bus pass: LTC ups fares

Effective Jan. 1, the London Transit Commission has increased the cash fares and pass prices on their buses, but students are unlikely to feel the pinch provided they remember their passes.

Armed robbery and bad drivers

Each New Year’s ushers in a rash of resolutions, but while most pledge to lose weight or stop drinking Drain-O, London’s diabolical and smarmy criminal community has made a resolution to continue their lawless hooliganism.

U of M gets some Bill Gates cash

A Canadian university and the philanthropic organization belonging to the world’s wealthiest man and his wife have partnered to help quell the most threatening public health crisis in India.

Graduate funding a growing concern: report

A report released last month by the Council of Ontario Universities is calling for more provincial funding to expand graduate programs, but critics say the provincial deficit will delay any progress.

News Briefs

> London MP gets a Martin nod
> Western's French Knight honoured, again




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