raises over $300-million
In a ceremony held in Conron Hall on May 6, Campaign Western
chair Bill Brock publicly announced that over $300-million
has been raised in private donations to Western since September
to fund tuition freeze
Amid the catcalls from hecklers in the Provincial Legislature,
Ontario Finance Minister Greg Sorbara tabled the Liberal government’s
first budget on Tuesday, and post-secondary education will
not be left out in the cold.
Foreign hiring angers
Canadian university teachers and academics are fuming over
what they call discriminatory hiring policies at some of the
country’s best institutions of learning.
Klein under fire
for improper citation
Premier accused of plagiarism
University life is full of various trials and tribulations,
including waking up for morning classes, studying for harrowing
exams, drinking to excess, plagiarizing academic essays — oh,
and running Alberta. Especially if you’re Ralph Klein.
The provincial government is on a mission to recoup money
that was given out erroneously to students over 20 years ago.
Waterloo ups tuition
to make a point
Critics are slamming the University of Waterloo Board of Governors
for passing a motion on Tuesday to increase tuition fees, in
an attempt to draw attention to the money it will lose in the
event of a tuition freeze.
Update: Iraq prison
WASHINGTON (CP) — Key
U.S. generals said Wednesday there may be more criminal charges
in the Iraq prison abuse scandal and denied that tough interrogation
tactics were endorsed by the Pentagon.
machine reduces pain in snails and people alike
> Western prof to recieve teaching
> Western student politico named
prez of OUSA