Huron speaker incites debate

Kenney defends stance on war resistors

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

Protester holding a sign reading Listen to the Nation, Stop the Deportations

Jason Kenney, Canadian Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, came to Huron University College yesterday as part of the Huron council’s Canadian Leaders Speaker Series and was faced with some verbal backlash. (read more)

Future of print media remains on the brink

Closure of major dailies causes worry

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

The news came down on Feb. 25 " just 56 days short of The Rocky Mountain News’ 150th birthday. The next day, the storied Denver newspaper would publish its final edition.

“You all did everything right, but while you were doing your part, the business model and the economy changed " and The Rocky became a victim of that,” Rich Boehne, president and chief executive officer of The Rocky’s parent company, E. (read more)

St. Patrick's Day trial deemed a success for The Spoke

Reversion to bar for a day generates enhanced sales, patrons

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

This week’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations caused The Spoke Lounge to revert back to its old ways as a fully liquor licensed lounge.

The restructuring of The Spoke’s operations involved having the entrance through the atrium of the University Community Centre serve as its one and only doorway. (read more)

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