poor gov’t spending
A report criticizing the previous Ontario government of short-changing
post-secondary education comes on the heels of a separate advertising
campaign launched by a university lobby group to convince Ontarians
of the need for more public funding of the public institutions.
The Campus Communit Police Service and Information Technology
Services are trying to get the message out about computer security
after yet another theft — this time, the stolen laptop
contained four years of work on a PhD thesis, which was not
Western chops its biggest class
SuperPsych may not be so super next year, as a popular psychology
professor is saying goodbye to Alumni Hall.
Mid East conflict
is York protest fodder — again
Middle East tensions have erupted again at York University
after two groups of demonstrators clashed on campus Tuesday.
The protests descended into a shouting match when the two groups
confronted each other.
Man runs over bin
Laden, but not
Between convoluted essays, boar-hunting excursions and hot-air
balloon piloting lessons, students at Western have very little
time to find out what is going on in the world. So without
further ado — here’s News for Dummies.
Club holds juvenile diabetes camp
> UBC launches new campus in Okanangan