December 3 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 53  

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NEWS

Where student gov't dare tread

Should student governments take a stand on international conflicts or should they focus on local issues that affect students directly?


Western research gets $8 mil

Under the guise of Santa Claus, the Government of Canada arrived early on campus with a jolly fat cheque to help Western and its partners cover some of its research-related costs and support efforts to be a leading research-intensive university.


Squirrel invaders at King's rez behave better than students?

Crazy party animals at King’s College aren’t the only form of wildlife running around residences these days.


Bush gets advice from cast of characters

Marshall Law

Forgoing my essays and exams this November, I decided instead to devote my energy to building a time machine, my initial intention being to travel back in time and finish my tests and assignments ahead of deadline.


Rez stinky, media crazy

Christmas is coming a little early for some special students at the University of Prince Edward Island. The presents: buckets, towels and unsolicited over-exaggerated media attention about a student dorm that was swept by, well, water from a leaky roof.


News Briefs

> Jobs now accessible, but not like Paris Hilton
> New rez for Burberry crowd
> Students pacified, but they like it

 

 

 

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