Issue 34 - February 16, 2012


News

No confirmed druggings in case

No confirmed druggings in case

A week after three Alfie’s patrons were brought to hospital, officials say there’s no evidence the students were drugged.

Black history on campus

Student receives gold medal

New strategic research plan in the works

Animal rights group rallies

Gender inequality still prevalent, says panel

News in brief

Features

Food centres see student traffic

Food centres see student traffic

Students in need can turn to on- and off-campus resources for food and financial support.

Editorials

Forget about WiFi woes

Forget about WiFi woes

On Monday, the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA) called on schools to prohibit the installation of WiFi, citing increased risk of brain cancer.

Stop digging

Judge's ruling just

Opinions

CFRC structure in perspective

CFRC structure in perspective

As discussions continue between the AMS and CFRC, our panelists debate the role of the AMS Board of Directors in the radio station's governance.

Arts

Porn talks

Porn talks

Professor Tzachi Zamir lectured about pornography and acting.

Punk pranks

Big-screen Gael

Friday night spinning

Walking for inspiration

Sports

Gaels swept from playoffs

Gaels swept from playoffs

The men’s hockey team was eliminated from the OUA playoffs on Friday night after losing 5-1 to the McGill Redmen at the Memorial Centre.

QTV settles webcast deal for national championship

London in sight

Women ready for playoff run

Gaels open post-season at home

Webcast deal reached

Gaels come up short

Comeback falls apart in game one

Postscript

Sound of silence

Sound of silence

Film-making professor says he used to watch his movies with the sound off during the editing process.