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Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

Naomi Klein

Enforcement top fire services priority

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

A recent fine laid against a London landlord signals a new age of enforcement for London’s Fire Services (LFS).

The $4,000 fine was levied after it found garbage had been piled repeatedly in front of a fire exit of a downtown apartment building. (read more)

Pita Pit is not only source of salmonella

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

New cases of salmonella have found Pita Pit was not the only source of food poisoning.

CentreSpot shut down Saturday to accommodate extensive sanitizing procedures.

On Nov. 9, the Middlesex-London Health Unit conducted a thorough health inspection at Pita Pit in the University Community Centre after five cases of salmonella poisoning were linked to food served at the franchise Nov. (read more)

Western CHIRPS closer to audio

Student accessibility campaign to go before administration

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

A campaign to install audio signals at Western’s intersections is well underway thanks to the efforts of Western CHIRPS.

Western CHIRPS is a student-run campaign with the goal of introducing audio signals at all university traffic lights. (read more)

Chads are destined for a C average

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

From your new car to your main squeeze, research suggests you can blame life choices on your name.

Recent studies conducted by the University of California, San Diego and Yale University looked at the subconscious influence of someone’s name and initials, known as the “name-letter effect. (read more)

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