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.
Deficit means McGuinty
is a liar
Like a rolled up newspaper to the head, another wallop of
the outside world is delivered fresh to your hands in this
installment of News for Dummies.
Student "leaders" in
An upcoming municipal election, coupled with the involvement
of two Western students, seems to have gotten Western student "leaders" into
quite an amusing frenzy.
> Are you pretty?
No really, are you pretty?
> Costume + Party = TV