Chief of police pursuing keg registration program

Buyers must provide name, address

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

Drinking from a keg

The keg party, a favourite activity for many Western students, could become an endangered species thanks to an initiative proposed by London’s police chief.

Chief Murray Faulkner recently submitted a proposal to the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario suggesting the implementation of a local beer keg registry system. (read more)

Strike averted

Faculty, admin reach tentative agreement

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

A faculty strike has been avoided after a tentative faculty collective agreement was reached in late December between the University of Western Ontario Faculty Association and the Western administration. (read more)

Weldon, Taylor hours extended

Introverts’ weekend plans set

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

Between books at Western libraries

Thanks to a slew of student complaints, Western’s library hours are being extended. Now students can study until 11:30 p.m. every night of the week.

The University Students’ Council and Western librarians received several complaints last term after library hours were reduced and the D. (read more)

Could UWO student become ‘Next Great Prime Minister’?

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

Western student Becky Zener may have what it takes to become Canada’s “Next Great Prime Minister.”

Zener, who entered CBC’s second annual The Next Great Prime Minister competition during the show’s recent visit to The Spoke Lounge, was selected as one of the show’s 25 finalists from more than 350 applicants. (read more)

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