March 30, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 94  

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Tim Toplak/Gazette
OPEN SESAME. Christina Travis, a first-year English and women’s studies student, approaches the entrance to the hallowed halls of University College.

Faculty Recruitment Part II: what about Western?

With a large percentage of professors in North America nearing retirement age, and enrollment increasing in Ontario, competition among universities to hire the best is heating up. According to some critics, Western has not done a good job at recruiting high-quality faculty, but others say the university’s performance has markedly improved.

Journalism students hit big time

Western’s journalism students will get a taste of the “real world” this April, as their first foray into the small screen airs on The New PL.

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Pete Bastedo/Gazette
IF HER SINGING CAREER FAILS, SHE CAN ALWAYS JOIN THE CIRCUS. Bonnie Arthur, a student in a second-year theory and composition class, swings in the Music Building.


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