WHEEE! One student takes the Department of Psychology"s new driving simulator for a spin. Worth over $300,000, the simulator will allow researchers to address questions related to traffic safety and driver response that coulds not otherwise be answered. The simulator consists of five networked graphics workstations, three high-luminance projectors, three screens and a full-size Saturn sedan.
AACK! At noon, on Wed., Sept. 26, brave students donated six or more inches of hair to the Canadian Cancer Society to be woven into wigs. The Hair Share campaign was organized by Students" Union events commissioner Oliver Ho. SU president Barb Wright, left, an unidentified student, centre and Vice-President Natasha Dhillon, right, were among those who donated their cherished locks.
WOOHOO! The annual AIESEC Careers Day took place on Mon., Sept. 24 in the Jack Simpson gym. Students took advantage of the job information and free pens.