March 25, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 92  

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King’s Council to un-incorporate?

Excessive insurance costs and liability issues may force the King’s College Students’ Council to un-incorporate itself and possibly take on a closer relationship with the University Students’ Council.

For the birds: loss of popular biology course upsets students

Despite a significant waiting list of students hoping to enroll, a popular biology class will not be available next year.

Brock booze bus = bad behaviour

An after-hours bus service run by the Brock University Students’ Union is under fire from area residents who claim drunken youth have been vandalizing their homes.

Hillel rally condemns anti-Semitic acts
SPHR supports peace message

Western students gathered on the Concrete Beach yesterday to condemn the recent wave of anti-Semitic acts in the Greater Toronto Area.

Turmoil over Israel’s Yassin assassination

Israel’s assassination Monday of Sheik Yassin, the leader of the terrorist group Hamas, drew an international rebuke from Canada, the United States and the European Union for jeopardizing the Israeli-Palestinian peace process — but others maintain Yassin’s death was necessary and justified.

Understanding cultures more than exhibition

Thrust n' Perry

Another year, another Cultural Caravan. While this event does allow many of the different cultures on campus to exhibit the very essence of who they are, “cultural events” bring with them a downside — the actual exhibition of one’s culture.

News Briefs

> Congrats to bottom-feeders
> Drop out and go to school
> Liberals pat each other on the back
> "Hi everybody!" Doctors invade Convocation




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