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BREAKING NEWS: Tragedy at Dawson

One girl has been confirmed dead and as many as 20 people were hospitalized after a gunman opened fire at Dawson College earlier today. At 12:41p.m., a young man wearing a black trench coat entered the school through the ground floor doors on Boulevard de Maisonneuve, drew a firearm and began shooting at students in the main cafeteria.
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CAMPUS: Recycling documentary to raise awareness

McGill alumni Jodie Martinson and Emmanuel Cappellin, both Arts 2006 graduates, worked over the summer to prepare a 30-minute documentary on the state of recycling at McGill that will premiere in the Lev Bukhman room this Thursday. The film also seeks to determine who is responsible for what they describe as McGill's failures with respect to recycling and to propose long term solutions for individuals and for the administration.
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CAMPUS: McGill to STOP laptop theft

As more students choose to bring laptops to campus the opportunities for thieves to take them has increased. Last year over 120 laptops were reported stolen by students and unfortunately for laptop owners, the numbers are increasing. This is one reason why Security Services launched a new laptop tracking program for students in partnership with Connecticut-based Security Tracking of Office Property (STOP).
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CITY: Rally marks International Darfur Day

Montreal's rally for International Darfur Day brought attention to the inaction of the international community and common misconceptions about the controversy and violence in the region on Sunday. Held on the future site of Concordia University's John Molson School of Business Building, hundreds of Montrealers partook in the rally, pressing for what organizers called "effective [United Nations] intervention" in the war-ravaged region of western Sudan.
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CITY: Religious talks disappoint

Organizers had high hopes for last week's World Religions conference, which aimed to combat the increasingly negative perceptions surrounding religions. However, the event fell far short of expectations according to most attendees.
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CAMPUS: Hema-Quebec’s speedy return questionable

Héma-Québec is still unsure about returning to McGill after a controversial though effective protest staged by radical sexual rights group Second Cumming during last January's blood drive. The demonstration was in protest of the blood agency's policy barring men who have sex with men from donating blood.
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CAMPUS: Library service desk in jeopardy

A proposed reorganization of the Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art is in the works and may end up closing the service desk permanently. Janine Schmidt, the Trenholme Director of Libraries, issued a document in May 2006 to McGill librarians that presented a plan to "close the service point of the library and leave the collection part unattended," according to Marilyn Berger, the head librarian at Blackader-Lauterman.
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CAMPUS: Activites night reaches new heights

Adding the Shatner building's fourth floor to last week's Activities Night received mixed reviews from clubs and services. According to Students' Society Vice-President Clubs and Services Floh Herra-Vega, the decision to open the top floor was made because this year SSMU recognized more clubs than ever before.
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