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Desmond Tutu to visit London

Desmond Tutu to visit London

Revered around the world as a moral voice on issues of inequality,
poverty and corruption, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu will
speak in London May 22 when the Nobel Prize winner takes the stage
at the Signature Speaker Series, hosted by St. Joseph’s
Health Care Foundation.

On freedom of speech on campuses

On freedom of speech on campuses

A King’s University College student club is sponsoring a
presentation Friday by National Post columnist Barbara Kay who
believes freedom of speech on Canadian campuses is under attack
from political correctness.

Day of Remembrance

Day of Remembrance

The flag will be at half-mast Saturday, Dec. 6 for the National Day
of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

Business Cares Food Drive begins

Business Cares Food Drive begins

As in past years, Western once again hopes to lead by example as it
plays an important role in the annual Business Cares Food Drive.

Western helps form neuroscience initiative

Western helps form neuroscience initiative

The Canadian Action and Perception Network (CAPnet), a major
neuroscience research initiative, has been established by The
University of Western Ontario, York University and Queen’s
University.

Medical students support Give a Day to World AIDS

Medical students support Give a Day to World AIDS

Medical students at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
are throwing their energy behind the Give a Day to World AIDS
campaign developed by Western (MD’84) graduate Dr. Jane Philpott.