Insurance woes abound
Insurance woes have left the University Students’ Council
and the clubs system reeling, but student unions across the
province have encountered similar problems in renewing their
Big jump in number
of international students
Canadian universities suddenly have a lot more international
flavour, as the number of international students enrolled this
year spiked, according to the January issue of University Affairs.
Did you hear?
Saddam got captured!
Despite the perpetual hangover from two weeks of drunken table
top renditions of Summer of ‘69, the world did not stop
spinning over the winter break.
Urban sprawl to blame
for packed buses
Next time you’re crammed like a sardine on the 6 Richmond
bus, you might want to think about blaming someone other than
the girl who won’t stop hitting you with her backpack.
Many experts are saying that increased demands on public transit
can be attributed in part to urban sprawl.
EDMONTON (CP) — The RCMP are conducting
an internal investigation into the case of a prisoner who escaped
from a police car while the officer was buying coffee at Tim
Coffee has medical
A study published Jan. 6 in the Annals of Internal Medicine
suggests six cups of coffee a day will keep the doctor away.
Double cohort to
give the economy a boost?
Ontario’s economy will see a GDP boost of about 1.2
per cent over 10 years as double cohort students flood the
province’s workforce, according to a report released
Tuesday by a TD Bank economist.
> Western prof gets
Brand spanking new building, Nazis in old one
Nominations open for USC elections