October 30, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 34  

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Beach ceremony as construction goes on

This is definitely a good week for free cake on campus.

A crowd mingled on the Concrete Beach yesterday, warming their hands with coffee cups and waiting for the festivities to begin - and as they chatted, construction workers were busy laying bricks.

Disabled access, funding currently unacceptable: report

A recently released report by the Ontario Human Rights Commission has found that many students with disabilities pursuing post-secondary education are not enjoying the same level of accessibility other students experience.

Rental costs anger Muslims at Calgary

Muslim students at the University of Calgary are upset over having to rent prayer space on campus and are planning to file a human rights complaint against the school.

Activist in the trenches, fighting to be heard

One of the most frustrating things about doing an undergraduate degree in university is the abundance of class time spent on theoretical musings and the lack of time spent discussing issues more closely related to reality.

Embryo research yes, human cloning no

Recent legislation, Bill C-13, passed in the House of Commons, will allow embryonic research and outlaw human cloning.

"Drama therapy" tried to ease Concordia tension

Concordia University, the site of riots surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict last year, was the latest stop for California psychotherapist Armand Volkas' magical mystery cure: playback theatre.

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