New club's 'World Palette' art show unites artwork, philanthropy and politics

AIR and artists arrive at the Arts Project

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Western’s newly formed Association of International Relations club has combined politics, charity and art for its upcoming exhibition “World Palette.”

“We called it ‘World Palette’ because there are paintings from all around the world,” says AIR President Keith Chau. (read more)

UWO Film Festival displays London's talented filmmakers

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Tired of recycled Hollywood storylines? Does the thought of enduring another Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller or Will Ferrell flick make you sick?

Die-hard film fanatics should check out the Western Undergraduate Film Society’s 2007 UWO Film Festival this weekend. (read more)

Festival of Arts bigger and better this year

Week-long festival celebrates all aspects of artistry

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Reading Week is over but students can still escape during next week’s Festival of the Arts 2007: The Ultimate Getaway.

The annual week-long event celebrates Western’s artistic talent in media like music, visual art, theatre, film and fashion. (read more)

George Clooney looks to adopt from First World

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

George Clooney

Pete Doherty, notorious for kicking reporters, shooting dope and making awful music, is once again making headlines. The London Sun reported that while at a local British zoo, Doherty tossed a joint into a penguin exhibit, which was quickly ingested by a nearby penguin. (read more)

AP makes right decision by denying Paris precious press

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Paris Hilton makes headlines even when she’s boycotted. For one week, the Associated Press temporarily nixed the oversexed celebutante from all its articles. She was mentioned three times, but only in background information in other celebrity-related articles. (read more)


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