January 28, 2004  
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Aaron Lynett/Gazette
WHEN DOES THE BUS TO FLORIDA ARRIVE? Christina Newman, a second-year social science student, waits for a bus at the Natural Sciences Centre.

USC politicos aim for pay increase

University Students’ Council President Paul Yeoman’s successor could be raking in a fresh raise on top of his $25,000 salary, meaning the USC Board of Directors and other student staff will also be getting pay increases as well. The move has brought a mixed reaction from students.

Panel looks at the pain of the Mid-East conflict

Conventional news reporting on the Middle East conflict tends to offer polarized perception, framed as Arab versus Jew, but an event yesterday highlighted the vocal peace movement on both sides, which often goes overlooked.

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