March 4, 2004  
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Animal research
A tour of Western’s labs

Up on the ninth floor of the Social Science Centre is a place you’ve probably never been to. Chances are, you didn’t even know it exists.

Western selects new VP-admin

The months-long search for Western’s new VP-administration is over as the Board of Governors approved the appointment of Gitta Kulczycki.

Grad funding examined

Concerns raised by graduate students at Western regarding their Special University Scholarships not being delivered has raised questions about the state of graduate funding in Canada.

USC brands its logo obsolete; new one coming

Who ever said the University Students’ Council was out of touch with students? Well, one look at its outdated logo might suggest such a conclusion.

Come spring or fall, it’s time to fire Martin

Ad Nauseam

A first minister’s ability to call an election has long been considered unfair — and rightly so. It favours the incumbent party, allowing them to schedule the vote at a time they believe to be at their peak of electability.

Quebec-like sign law at U of T gone

The Students’ Administrative Council at the University of Toronto has reversed a controversial decision made last Friday which banned election posters in languages other than English or French.

News Briefs

> College strikes narrowly averted
> And The Hellmuth goes to...
> Commissioner Gordon approves
> USC goes geek




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