Volume 95, Issue 38
Thursday, November 8, 2001
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O-Week money missing
Social Science council short approximately $7,400

According to an individual present at the Social Science Students' Council meeting last night, the council owes approximately $7,400 in outstanding bills left over from Orientation week.

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JSU remembers 'night of broken glass'

The Jewish Students' Union took time to hold a Kristallnacht memorial yesterday in the University Community Centre atrium

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ACCESS: DENIED. Huron University College first-year student Abram Lueth had no problem getting into University College yesterday. However, for some Western students with disabilities, many of the buildings on campus pose considerable difficulties.

The world at war

A strongly-worded report from the House of Commons defence committee recommends Canada overhaul its armed forces to ensure the nation's military can properly perform their duties.

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Disabled access still a problem at Western

While a new provincial act aimed at removing barriers for persons with disabilities had its first reading at Queen's Park on Monday, accessibility is still an issue at Western.

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Salgado turns lens on world
The Spectre of Hope premieres on TVO

One can discuss "globalization" in many different contexts, such as business, media, human rights and so forth, but it is through the lens of his camera that Sebastaio Salgado chooses to express his interpretations of the word's meaning.

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War memories teach today's generation lessons

"The main [purpose] of war is not to kill – it's to maim," those were the first few impromptu words from the mouth of Jerry Hickey, an 80-year-old Canadian World War II veteran, as he settled into his chair.

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