March 19, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 89  

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Universities attack poor gov’t spending

A report criticizing the previous Ontario government of short-changing post-secondary education comes on the heels of a separate advertising campaign launched by a university lobby group to convince Ontarians of the need for more public funding of the public institutions.

Laptop theft-demic

The Campus Communit Police Service and Information Technology Services are trying to get the message out about computer security after yet another theft — this time, the stolen laptop contained four years of work on a PhD thesis, which was not backed up.

Farewell SuperPsych; Western chops its biggest class

SuperPsych may not be so super next year, as a popular psychology professor is saying goodbye to Alumni Hall.

Mid East conflict is York protest fodder — again

Middle East tensions have erupted again at York University after two groups of demonstrators clashed on campus Tuesday. The protests descended into a shouting match when the two groups confronted each other.

Man runs over bin Laden, but not

Between convoluted essays, boar-hunting excursions and hot-air balloon piloting lessons, students at Western have very little time to find out what is going on in the world. So without further ado — here’s News for Dummies.

News Briefs

> Rotaract Club holds juvenile diabetes camp
> UBC launches new campus in Okanangan




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