March 23, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 90  

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Scholar’s electives elapses?
Program to stay, but changes are coming

There is discussion underway and plans being formulated to alter Western’s current scholar’s electives program; though no major changes are expected, students can prepare for several adjustments.

York recruits door-to-door, sort of

Recruiters from York University have been visiting the homes of their top prospective students in hopes of convincing them of the virtues of York.

Tim Hortons mugs to help reduce waste

Cheap travel mugs are coming to Western by the truckload in an effort to reduce Tim Hortons’ waste, part of the first phase of a campaign geared toward promoting campus conservation.

Campus drunks cause police headache

It’s still winter outside, but isn’t stopping the crazy drunks at Western from falling asleep outside, taking long walks without their winter clothing or carelessly injuring themselves in the name of Drinkus Maximus, the god of Western crime and drunkenness.

Harper to lead Conservatives against Martin’s Liberals

The Conservative Party of Canada held its leadership convention this past weekend, and according to several sources, former Canadian Alliance leader Stephen Harper’s victory over rivals Tony Clement and Belinda Stronach was par for the course.

Oops! Gazette endorses Stronach?

According to an e-mail sent out by Belinda Stronach’s campaign team, The Gazette endorsed the candidate in the recent Conservative Party of Canada leadership race; according to The Gazette, Stronach’s campaign team is horribly, horribly wrong.

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