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Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Thames River flooding its banks

Oshawa proposes license bylaw

Student Association President says it will drive students far from campus

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

To combat ongoing town-and-gown tension in Oshawa, the city has proposed a new bylaw that could have a negative impact on student rentals, according to a student association president.

The potential bylaw, to be debated on Jan. (read more)

Organ donation ban re-ignites MSM debate

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Student activists at Western are upset over Health Canada’s recent legislation changes, which prohibit organ donations from men who have had sex with other males in the past five years.

In a recent revision of its regulation that came into effect in December, Health Canada identified sexually active gay men as members of a high-risk group, which includes people with recent piercings or tattoos and inmates of correctional facilities, that are at a high risk for contracting infectious diseases including Hepatitis C and HIV. (read more)

Textbook conference addresses student gripes

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Textbook prices are the bane of most students’ existence; the sky-high prices of new editions induce ulcers and empty wallets.

A national conference on textbook prices provides some hope students’ textbook gripes will be addressed. (read more)

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