Volume 95, Issue 54

Tuesday, January 9, 2002
 
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NEWS

Councillor seeks to impeach Baxter

Former Miami Vice star gives Ivey cash?

Cheating plagues universities

To smoke or not to smoke - the saga continues

Queen's seeks deregulation; students hold their breath

News Briefs

Just in case you missed it...

Pestering politicians

News Briefs

J-School students get gift

Western's graduate journalism program in the faculty of information and media studies got an early Christmas present in December.

On Dec. 6, Reuters Media made a $2-million in-kind donation to the graduate journalism program. The donation enables students to have access to Reuters' global newswire and satellite news feeds. These services will better students' training in all media, including reporting, publishing, editing, producing and writing positions.

"With Reuters services, students now have access to the most current raw news material, increasing their capacity to produce professional stories," said Catherine Ross, acting dean of the faculty of information and media studies.

"Our journalism program is designed to produce graduates who are skilled at reporting the news in a variety of mediums," Ross said.

–Jessica Leeder


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