March 12, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 85  

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NEWS

Prime Minister’s Western visit all about funding
Martin holds round-table at Great Hall

Prime Minister Paul Martin visited The Great Hall at Western yesterday to sit on a roundtable discussion — made up of community leaders, Western academic members and student representatives — dealing with issues such as student accessibility to post-secondary education, research funding and university-community relations.


The Queen’s Cup: OUA hockey

For the third consecutive year, the top teams in Ontario university hockey will do battle at Western for men’s hockey supremacy.


McMaster Mid East groups raise ire over student council rulings

The McMaster University chapter of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights is crying foul after being put on 30-day probation.


Motion to change voting rights defeated after long debate

After almost two hours of contentious debate at Wednesday night’s University Students’ Council meeting, the motion to dramatically alter the composition of council was defeated by a vote of 27 against to 21 in favour.


News Briefs

> York Federation of Students still in chaos
> Money for law, but not for arts
> People-watching galore
> Let's talk about pollution, baby

 

 

 

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