Volume 93, Issue 26
Wednesday, March 18, 1999
Organization is key to conference
A student activist conference slated for tomorrow is attempting to gel the student movement at Western.
Students at Western's law school were on their best behaviour yesterday when Supreme Court Justice Peter Corey was on hand to deliver a guest lecture.
Corey, who holds an affiliation with the faculty, said he was in London for the day and was invited to speak to law students on several topics, including judicial independence and impartiality.
"I heard some very good questions," he said, adding he plans to visit campus again next month.
Students for whom school is proving to be a pain in the back, might be interested in a chiropractic open house coming to the University Community Centre next week.
Experts from the London Chiropractic Health Centre will be on hand in the Atrium to answer questions about chiropractic health.
According to London chiropractor Tyler Eidt, students have found the information session to be extremely beneficial in helping them become aware of their increasing options in health care. This will be the fifth year the Health Centre has visited the University Community Centre.
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