April 7, 2004  
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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.


Politicos get nastier over Coke deal

The Society of Graduate Students issued a press release Monday stating a Canadian Federation of Students representative was responsible for an anonymous e-mail protesting against the SOGS-owned Grad Club’s exclusivity deal with Coca-Cola.


Memorial gets free beer, which is illegal here

Students at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s have one more reason to enjoy residence life, thanks to the wonderful brew.


One-third of undergrads plagiarize: study

A survey conducted at Canadian universities is bringing new light to the issue of plagiarism.


John Tory talks to students about community involvement

“There isn’t an organization going that doesn’t need your help,” was the main message that lawyer, businessman and budding politician John Tory brought to campus yesterday. He also spoke about the importance of getting involved at a young age.


It’s better than littering: book-dropping program promotes literacy

If you find someone else’s books on campus, don’t take them to the lost and found without giving them a good second look — that someone may not want them back.


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