Riding the Metal Wave

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

Rollerblading down a Concrete Beach railing

Guelph students vote to switch from Coke to protest alleged human rights violations

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

Nearly 65 per cent of University of Guelph students recently voted in favour of switching their exclusive soft-drink beverage supplier from Coca-Cola.

The votes were cast in an online student referendum held from March 19 to 23. (read more)

Assessing The Gazette's Spoof Issue

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

Word of our Spoof Issue, particularly the article “Labia Majora Carnage,” has spread quickly, and it’s clear numerous people were upset by its content.

Many people believe we ignore students’ criticisms or that we aren’t held accountable for our actions, and we’d like to address those concerns now. (read more)

UWO students start organization to fight depression stigma

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

Two Western students on a mission to eliminate stigmas surrounding depression are looking to students for support.

Fifth-year political science and Ivey student Ben Gordon and fourth-year political science and philosophy student Justin Smith recently co-founded the non-profit organization BLUEprint, with the slogan “Fight the Stigma: Think BLUE. (read more)

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