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 September 25, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

The editorial board of The Gazette, the University of Western Ontario’s official student newspaper writes:

Did you see the biggest story of the year so far? It was all over Western News.

Western University announced they’re getting personal information directly from police about students who seriously break the law while partying. They’ll use the details to investigate the students under the Student Code of Conduct, even when the incidents happened off-campus.

But most students have never heard of Western News, where the school publishes media notices like these. More importantly, imagine a person who plans on bringing pills to this Fake Homecoming — do you think they read Western’s press releases?

Read more on The Gazette.

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