April 2, 2004  
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An exploration of Western’s affiliate colleges

Brescia, Huron and King’s — Western’s affiliate colleges — inhabit a border region, both within and outside of Western — a fact that carries positive and negative ramifications.

Major donation to med school

In a display of pomp and circumstance befitting royalty, Western announced a donation Wednesday of $26 million to the faculty of medicine and dentistry — the largest gift in the history of both the university and the City of London.

Meningococcal case at Med-Syd residence

Authorities have responded to a case of meningococcal — a potentially deadly infectious disease similar to meningitis — involving a Western student.

CRIA motion quashed

A federal court judge has turned down a motion filed by the Canadian Recording Industry Association that requested Internet service providers to disclose the identities of 29 individuals accused of swapping thousands of files over Kazaa, a file sharing program.

NDP forum focuses on energy and weed

In a forum held Wednesday in the University Community Centre atrium entitled “Cleaner Cars and Cannabis,” local representatives of the New Democratic Party suggested government time could be better spent on environmental issues and marijuana legalization.

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