January 28, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 65  

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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.

Survey impugns Western’s libraries

Western’s library system has fallen steadily in some rankings over the last several years, although most still claim the university’s libraries are just fine.

Ivey’s rank falls, again

The Financial Times has released its rankings of the world’s top 100 master’s of business administration programs. The Richard Ivey School of Business has dropped to 29th place from 22nd a year ago, and 18th two years ago.

Insidious virus spreading

Promiscuous Western students were running scared Monday afternoon as campus was attacked by a world-travelling virus. In this case, however, the virus was transmitted through electronic means, not sexual impropriety.

Has Belinda Stronach’s coverage been sexist?

The recent launch of former Magna CEO Belinda Stronach’s campaign to be leader of the Conservative Party of Canada has spurred a great deal of media interest, but how are critics receiving her?

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