January 16, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 59  

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Canada’s campuses and Middle East politics

Universities have always been known as hotbeds of political activity, and in the last few years the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has brought its fair share of turbulence to campuses across the country.

More York insanity
Old gov’t won’t leave

Administration at York University announced Wednesday that they would be recognizing the results of the contested student union election, dismissing complaints by some outgoing council members that the election was flawed.

Western to United Way: $339,219

The poor, crippled, infirm and downtrodden of London can rest easily tonight because Western has given a big sack of money to the United Way.

Program breaks social barriers to higher ed

Sometimes the barriers to getting a post-secondary education are not merely financial. A non-profit organization in Manitoba called Career Trek is one of the few early intervention programs in Canada that aims to counteract social barriers to education.

UNB rez checks for TB

A student at the Fredericton campus of the University of New Brunswick is spending the next two weeks in isolation with a suspected case of tuberculosis.

Cocky members of ’hood get prickly

Shrinkage was not a problem for four male Western students this week, despite the bitter cold — in fact, they just cut it right off.

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