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Matt Prince/Gazette
I WONDER IF THEY HAVE ISSUES OF PLAYBOY FROM THE ’50S. Stacks and stacks of books and stuff and things adorn the Archives and Research Collections Centre at D.B. Weldon Library — the archives opened yesterday.

Historic donation dissed
Students complain about med school name change

The recent $26 million donation by Seymour Schulich to the faculty of medicine and dentistry is not without controversy; yesterday a group of medical students met to discuss the ethics of a public institution accepting a large private donation and the lack of student input into the decision to change the faculty’s name to The Schulich School of Medicine.

Western opens its ARC — Indiana Jones proud

The new Archives and Research Collections Centre at Western officially opened yesterday morning, allowing students and faculty access to a wide variety of old materials.

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