March 5, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 81  

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One-third of Western’s garbage recyclable: audit

The annual waste audit performed internally by Western administration has revealed some alarming statistics and trends concerning the recycling habits of the university’s faculty, staff and students. While many are quick to identify the problem, the question of responsibility for the mess still remains.

Happy budget puts USC ahead in long-term plan

The budget of the University Students’ Council was released during Wednesday’s council meeting and the word is: we are in the black.

Waterloo to vote to leave lobby group

University of Waterloo students will head to the polls next week to vote in a referendum that may see the students’ union end its membership in the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations.

NASA rover proves water on Mars

NASA’s Mars rover Opportunity has uncovered proof there was once water, and therefore possible life, on the red planet.

Non-candidate got votes

An elections committee error landed a disqualified Arts Council candidate 86 votes in last month’s University Students’ Council election.

News Briefs

> Dead kings at King's
> Biologist's Eurotrip
> Think you're pretty?
> Wee bit nippy




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