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Budget cuts driven by economy

Budget cuts driven by economy

All university faculties and departments are being told to cut more
from their budgets in the wake of a downturn in the international
economy.

Piano tech students perform on refurbished pianos

Piano tech students perform on refurbished pianos

Students of the Piano Technology program and the Contemporary
Ensemble in the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of
Western Ontario will offer a unique performance Tuesday, Jan. 13
using pianos that have been given a new life.

USC promises a more accessible O-Week 2009

USC promises a more accessible O-Week 2009

Like everyone else, Jeff Preston saw Orientation Week as an
opportunity to get acquainted with new friends and the school to
which he would dedicate the next seven years of study. But sitting
on the sidelines of the opening ceremonies held in the Talbot Bowl,
he questioned whether he would fit in to a campus that takes pride
in supporting diversity.

In Memoriam – William (Bill) Alexander

In Memoriam – William (Bill) Alexander

The flag will be at half-mast Tuesday, Jan. 13 until 11 a.m. for
former Physical Plant employee William (Bill) Alexander, who
retired in 1990 with 16 years of service.

‘Only way out was education’

‘Only way out was education’

A descendant of nomadic people living along the mountains in
southeastern Bangladesh, Amit Chakma never dreamed his future would
take him to the presidency of The University of Western Ontario.

Looking ahead to 2009

Looking ahead to 2009

Perhaps the first resolution for 2009 should be to prepare for just
about anything.

Rhodes Scholar drawn to finance at Oxford

Rhodes Scholar drawn to finance at Oxford

One of the last things Brian Coulter ever thought possible was
being mentioned alongside the likes of Bill Clinton, Edwin Hubble,
James Fulbright and Bob Rae.

Budget cuts driven by economy

Budget cuts driven by economy

All university faculties and departments are being told to cut more
from their budgets in the wake of a downturn in the international
economy.

Piano tech students perform on refurbished pianos

Piano tech students perform on refurbished pianos

Students of the Piano Technology program and the Contemporary
Ensemble in the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of
Western Ontario will offer a unique performance Tuesday, Jan. 13
using pianos that have been given a new life.

USC promises a more accessible O-Week 2009

USC promises a more accessible O-Week 2009

Like everyone else, Jeff Preston saw Orientation Week as an
opportunity to get acquainted with new friends and the school to
which he would dedicate the next seven years of study. But sitting
on the sidelines of the opening ceremonies held in the Talbot Bowl,
he questioned whether he would fit in to a campus that takes pride
in supporting diversity.

In Memoriam – William (Bill) Alexander

In Memoriam – William (Bill) Alexander

The flag will be at half-mast Tuesday, Jan. 13 until 11 a.m. for
former Physical Plant employee William (Bill) Alexander, who
retired in 1990 with 16 years of service.

‘Only way out was education’

‘Only way out was education’

A descendant of nomadic people living along the mountains in
southeastern Bangladesh, Amit Chakma never dreamed his future would
take him to the presidency of The University of Western Ontario.

Looking ahead to 2009

Looking ahead to 2009

Perhaps the first resolution for 2009 should be to prepare for just
about anything.

Rhodes Scholar drawn to finance at Oxford

Rhodes Scholar drawn to finance at Oxford

One of the last things Brian Coulter ever thought possible was
being mentioned alongside the likes of Bill Clinton, Edwin Hubble,
James Fulbright and Bob Rae.