Layton speaks at
New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton explained the reasons
he should replace Paul Martin as prime minister yesterday during
a speech in the University Community Centre atrium, attacking
the Liberal party and outlining some of the programs an NDP
government would implement.
visit well-received... mostly
Western is still aflutter after last week’s visit by
Prime Minister Paul Martin, which left professors, administrators
and students with different impressions of the future of post-secondary
education in Canada.
the mighty Gamblor
A survey completed in 2001 concluded that over 340,000 individuals
in Ontario suffer from moderate to severe gambling addictions,
causing many to question the root of the societal dilemma.
Bad news for cheaters
The use of Turnitin.com at Brock University is being reviewed
by a task force which is also looking at alternative ways to
catch students cheating their way through university.
hit the picket line
Strike not expected to last long
It’s a winter wonderland out there, and students at
Bishop’s University in Lennoxville, Quebec have been
blessed with some unexpected “snow days.”
A group of American scientists announced Monday the discovery
of the farthest known object in the solar system.
Drinking with the
Deb Matthews band
London North Centre member of provincial Parliament and Ontario
Liberal party president Deb Matthews visited Western’s
Grad Club yesterday for a couple of beers and to take part
in a roundtable with a group of students to discuss tuition,
student loans and more.
arrives to talk
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