Undergrads in Neverland

Why are some students putting off entrance into the real world to pursue a fifth or sixth year of study?

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

Patrick Ronzio

Sometimes winning the game of life requires a victory lap.

Those are the sentiments shared by many students who are back at Western for a fifth year.

The motivation behind taking a fifth year is unique to each student. (read more)

Court rejects $200-million class action suit

Students who filed a class action lawsuit against 24 colleges for illegal ancillary fees search for answers

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

Students are stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to colleges and universities charging illegal ancillary fees.

Last week, the Ontario Superior Court rejected a $200-million class action lawsuit against charging illegal ancillary fees. (read more)

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