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Food insecurity in combination with under-utilized food support services may indicate a problem in campus perceptions of these services.

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A letter writer describes the merits of choosing quality over quantity when publishing in academic journals.

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On Wednesday morning, during an ice storm, Western students slid their way to classes on unsalted walkways and sidewalks. As students struggled up hills for attendance marks, many flocked to Twitter, asking the university why they had stayed open amid safety concerns.

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When Doug Ford and the Ontario PC government first announced a 10 per cent decrease in post-secondary tuition, students were excited at the prospect. But when more information was released on Thursday, the implications of this policy became clear.