April 6, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 98  

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Student upset over police investigation

A Western student who was wrongly accused of theft at the Campus Computer Store is taking administration to task.

Can Canada protect its Arctic?

The dispute continues between Canada and Denmark over Hans Island, a small land mass in the high Arctic between Ellesmere Island and Danish-controlled Greenland.

Mac med applicants run a gauntlet

McMaster University has adopted a “speed-dating” approach to medical school interviews for the upcoming academic year.

Drunken stupidity caps off ‘quiet’ year of crime

London Police Department spokesperson Const. Paul Martin said that despite the few calls police responded to this weekend (none of them on campus), police have been pleased with the conduct of Western students this year.

Taxation without lubrication? Group proposes pornography tax

A Manitoba group is calling on the government to create a tax for pornography — a move that could anger university students and perverts throughout the province.

News Briefs

> Social issues come to Western
> Guy who builds toasters to talk
> York clubs un-suspended, crying of sore wrists




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