March 16, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 86  

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CHRW aiming for relevance
Radio station under microscope

Two of the University Students’ Council-owned campus media outlets are under the microscope and may soon be undergoing a change of direction. This will likely mean an attempt to tailor CHRW 94.9 FM radio more directly to students.

Note to parents: this ain’t the fuckin’ Ritz

It’s the time of year when prospective students begin touring universities, checking out their residences, sampling the campus fare and putting up with their anxious parents.

Staubitz less lonely, VPs picked

Next year’s University Students’ Council Board of Directors has taken shape as council elected four new vice-presidents in votes decided on the first ballots.

Pathetic turnout for Waterloo’s CASA vote

For once, the fact that most university students do not know about student lobby groups may have actually benefitted one said groups.

Council approves Spoke facelift

The University Students’ Council voted unanimously on Saturday to approve $500,000 in funding for a renovation of The Spoke.

Thieves like laptops, wallets

The Usual Suspects have been at it again: swiping wallets, stealing laptops and causing a general ruckus.

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> Living the war at home




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