October 31, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 35  

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Can Canada's student groups come together?

In a conference last week, many different student groups met to collaborate. This was notable because of the long-standing divide that has existed in the Canadian student movement. The relationship between the Canadian Federation of Students and the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations, two federal student lobby groups, provides an example of this divide.

U.S. Admiral discusses imperialism and Iraq

Former Chairman of the United States' Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral William J. Crowe, Jr., spoke to a large audience yesterday in what was the final chapter of this year's installment of the Joanne Goodman lectures.

Women's rights in Israel, legal issues and falafel

An internationally renowned women's rights specialist and lawyer stopped by Western's Law Building yesterday to speak about women's rights, legal problems in Israel and falafel.

Listen up kids: hating hate is cool

A major step has been taken toward the elimination of racism, hatred towards homosexuals and religious groups and other variations of intolerance in the London community.

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TOSSIN’ THEIR COOKIES, ER PUMPKINS. Pi Beta Phi members Nikki Reich (left) and Cristina Messi (right) toss pumpkins over the second floor balcony of the University Community Centre yesterday.


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