January 30, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 67  

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NEWS

Advertising: playing on our insecurities?

Advertising: it’s always in our faces, whether we’re watching TV, reading a magazine or waiting for the bus. Today’s Western culture is suffocating under a thick, unyielding blanket of blatant commercialization.


More flyer controversy

More anger and discontent has arisen over a flyer distributed on campus this week by a Middle East group.


Student newspaper at Queen’s under threat?

The heads of the student newspaper at Queen’s University have come under close scrutiny by the Alma Mater Society, the undergraduate student government, which is reviewing how the top editors are hired and fired.


Not lovin’ it: guy eats nothing but McDonald’s

Welcome to news for dummies — or in this case, news about dummies.


Dalhousie and prof association in fight

An investigation into several alleged incidents of Dalhousie University interfering with academic freedom is now underway.


News Briefs

> Get a job (Sha-na-na-na)
> Abracadabra?
> Job hunters stampede Longhorn
> Dyer talks Iraq, they hear controversy

 

 

 

 

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