March 3, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 79  

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Liberals still unclear about tuition freeze

According to a document leaked from the Ontario government, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities was considering a plan to exclude de-regulated university programs from the promised tuition freeze, however sources claim the document is not government policy.


Students find semi-conscious man floating under University Dr. bridge

Two Western students’ quick response to a dangerous situation may have saved the life of a student found floating, semi-conscious in the Thames River under the University Dr. bridge.


Nude man chased across campus, into Old Man Thames

With warmer weather on the way, many are experiencing a little spring fever, such as dogs, cats and crazy naked men who romp about campus with little more than a T-shirt on.


Western ranks 10th in international survey

Post-doctoral researchers seeking work need look no further than the academic institutions listed in a survey conducted by The Scientist magazine, which cites Western as a leading university in the field.


Western poli. sci.
prof awarded $2.5 million for study

The largest available grant from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council was awarded to a professor of political science at Western.


USC’s Artifex set to shut its doors

After years of struggling, Artifex — the University Students’ Council’s gift store in the basement of the University Community Centre — will be closing its doors forever.


Crime slows, remains pathetic over slack week

With students away doing lots of reading during slack week, the crime rate should be considerably lower, right?


Forced to retire, profs leave province

Critics of a mandatory retirement age regard the law as something that encourages professors at Ontario universities to leave the province, strengthening calls to have it abolished.


What does ‘having sex’ mean? Students don’t agree

Sex means different things to different people, but a recent study suggests that a lack of consensus on a definition is sending the wrong message to educators trying to promote safe sex.


London workers set to strike?

Outside workers for the City of London voted 79 per cent in favor of a strike to support their contract demands.


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