New film dept. amid continuing controversy
On Oct. 1, an open e-mail was sent to all English department
faculty members announcing the Film Studies Program Committee
had unanimously passed a motion to endorse and approve the
creation of an independent department of film studies.
Carleton bracing for strike?
A faculty strike looms at Carleton University as professors
ask for their own piece of the pie, covered bike racks and
The faculty association at Carleton voted 94 per cent in favour
to authorize the steering committee to call a strike, said
Thomas Kunz, associate professor of computer engineering and
president of the Carleton University Academic Staff Association.
Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights
holds wall protest in UCC
Students may have noticed the dummies draped in a Palestinian
flag and barbed wire in the University Community Centre atrium
by Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights yesterday.
Drunken fools don't mix well with
Criminal types are not getting any smarter, as this week's
crime report shows.
Last Thursday, police arrested a 31 year-old man for harassment
and besetting, said Const. Cam Halliday of the London Police
Department. Just before 7 a.m., police observed the man standing
outside a residence near St. George and Huron street. When
police approached him, they found him committing an indecent
Cash not always to blame
If students had a nickel for every time someone told them
the primary reason some do not attend university is because
of financial constraints, they would probably have enough money
to pay back their student loans and perhaps afford a meal at
> Are you proud,
but not so loud?
Money used to look closer at thing
> Just give me the light