March 9, 2004  
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Western swims in cash
Federal research money pours in

Two business days, two big grants; since Friday, Western was awarded over $45 million for research from the federal government.

Ontario government to allow BYOB for restaurants?

BYOB may no longer be something you only hear before house parties and bush bashes, because the Ontario government might allow restaurant patrons to bring their own booze for meals.

USC VP candidates answer tough questions

The CentreSpot lounge in the University Community Centre was filled with VP-wannabes yesterday afternoon as the candidates for the University Students’ Council Board of Director engaged in a question and answer forum.

CCPS gets new logo; LPD tracks sex pervert

Sometimes Mother Nature can be just as much of an obstacle for police as our friendly neighbourhood criminals.

Abuse against minority women requires attention: report

The release of a two year national study has proven abuse is a major issue with regards to immigrants and visible minority women. The report released yesterday by the Canadian Council on Social Development, attempted to recognize the complicated issue of systemic abuse.

Borg chips? We are snails. You will be assimilated.

Researchers have discovered a technique for communication between a microchip and snail brain cells. It is a breakthrough that may eventually lead to a cure for addiction, a way to repair brain damage, restoring sight for the visually impaired and even artificial intelligence.

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