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Hisland hits the Spoke


Blues-rock band channels The Strokes, hopes for open-minded crowd >> pg. 5

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Effects of moderate drinking questioned


megan devlin GazeTTe sTaff Though many students know the perils of binge drinking, several recent studies have indicated drinking in moderation, especially red wine, may lead to cardiovascular health benefits. However, a new paper by Jrgen Rehm makes this correlation less clear. The paper indicated even low to moderate levels of alcohol intake couldnt be considered beneficialor even safe. According to the report, For low average intake, such as one to two drinks per day, we have shown that a cardioprotective association cannot be readily assumed for all populations at such drinking levels. The paper also explained studying the effects of moderate drinking was complicated by sporadic bursts of binge drinking by subjects. Very few adults adhere to proper drinking guidelines of one to two drinks per day, especially on weekends. Rehm, head of social and epidemiological research at the Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, stressed the importance of drinking patterns. Basically, if you drink two drinks per day with your meal or 14 drinks each Friday, its the same average amountbut of course the latter is more problematic for

all health benefits of light to moderate drinking disappear when there are binge drinking occasions even as sporadic as once a month.
head of social and epidemiological research at the Toronto Centre for addiction and mental health

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your health, he said. All health benefits of light to moderate drinking disappear when there are binge drinking occasions even as sporadic as once a month. Rehm also explained any potential benefits of alcohol are related to the prevention of ischemic heart disease and stroke. Alcohol helps to prevent blood clots by in-

creasing the amount of HDL, or good cholesterol, and decreasing platelet aggregation. But he also cautioned these benefits are lost when one drinks excessively, and that two drinks should be the maximum consumed at any time. Anne Zok, nutrition manager with Westerns hospitality services, shared some of her knowledge re-

lated to the nutritional benefits of alcohol, particularly red wine. She explained pigmented fruits, like the red grapes wine is made from, are rich in beneficial polyphenols. Zok also stressed that moderation was key. Though there are varying reports as to the validity of the benefits of a glass of wine a day, Rehm

stressed all drinking is potentially harmful. There is no risk-free drinking. Even one drink a day increases risk of breast cancer, to give one example. However, with as little as one drink a day the net is still beneficial. After this, the net risk increases with every drink.

Train stopped in support of Caw local 27


alex Carmona news ediTor The conductor of a train carrying Caterpillar machinery hit an unexpected roadblock Wednesday morning while traveling through Ingersoll. Protestors from Canadian Auto Workers union Locals 27 and 88 obstructed the train tracks in front of the Caterpillar locomotive early in the morning and, as of press time, have yet to budge. This blockade came hot on the heels of a large Day of Action rally held last Saturday, when thousands of supporters gathered in Victoria Park to protest the lockout of Electro-Motive workers by Caterpillar. Caterpillar, the American company who had recently purchased the Electro-Motive plant, locked the workers of CAW Local 27 out after they rejected an almost 50 per cent salary cut along with reduced benefits. Were doing this as a show of solidarity with our brothers and

were doing this as a show of solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Caw local 27.
president of Caw local 88

daniel Bosworth

sisters in CAW Local 27, Daniel Bosworth, president of CAW Local 88, explained. Bosworth mentioned the blockade has another purposeto send a message to Caterpillar. Since the lockout, Caterpillar has walked away from the bargaining table and has instituted a media blackout. Were telling Caterpillar that they need to get back to the table and bargain with the Local 27 bargaining unit and come to a reasonable resolution to this lockout, he

said. Ingersoll police have been in frequent communication with the protestors, but have not attempted to remove them from the tracks. Weve been in conversation with the police all day and weve had a very good dialogue with them, Bosworth said. Theyve just asked that we dont block the tracks for the through trains and they understand the is>> see Caw pg.3

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UQam looks to end homophobia


The Universit du Qubec Montral has created a research chair on homophobia as a way to research, and ideally prevent, homophobia. The position is to be held by Line Chamberland, a professor in the department of sexology at UQAM. We want to work in partnership with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender organizations who are already doing something in the schools, Chamberland said. Many students are made fun of or victimized in one way or another for a series of reasonsbecause they are gay, because they are perceived as gay, because their sister is homosexual, because they took the defence of a friend who is homosexual. Homophobic bullying is not the problem of a small minority of out, gay students in the school, she continued. Chamberland went on to explain what is, in her opinion, the biggest obstacle to eliminate homophobia. As long as we have heterosexism and heteronormativity, we have homophobia. As long as there is default classification of two genders, women are like this, men are like that, and heterosexuality is the norm, everything that falls outside of this norm will be something different, will be thought negatively, or tolerated, but never accepted. Sean Previl

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Caw calls western gets more research funding for Harper Projects include music and rhythm therapies to step in
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sues at hand, theyre aware of our situation. They just come and go as things happen. According to Bob Scott, chairperson of CAW Local 27, the protest has the support of all the local unions in the area, and people on the tracks are not solely from the manufacturing industry. Every local union right now is supporting us. If I contact any of them, I know theyll be down to help support us. We even have the nurses from Ingersoll down here, Scott said. Bosworth also noted no one at the barricade was worried about the personal danger of parking themselves on active train tracks. The members here are worried about Canadathats what were worried about, and thats why were here, he said. Sometimes you have to stand up and be accounted for, and thats what were doing right here. Scott hoped the protest would act as a wake-up call for the federal government to step in, but couldnt comment as to whether he thought Prime Minister Stephen Harper would take the hint. Whether Mr. Harper decides to take action and force the company back to work would be the question, but I dont really know if the government is going to get involved or whats going to happen with this, he said. Scott went on to argue that the federal government should have taken a closer look into the legality of Caterpillars acquisition of Electro-Motive. Had the [federal government] done their due diligence and actually looked deeper into the sale of this agreement, I dont think wed be having this discussion today, he said. I think the Canadian government would have stepped in by now and told them that you cant just come in and buy companies and decide that youre going to offer 50 per cent wages.

Researchers at Western were given several significant grants yesterday from Canadas Foundation for Innovation, intended to fund new tools and other infrastructure to allow the researchers to continue projects with as much aid as possible. Six CFI projects were funded at Western alone, along with hundreds of others across Canada. We fund 131 institutions across the country, Ryan Saxby Hill, spokesperson for CFI, said. The mandate of the CFI is to support the research institutions in Canada by funding the research infrastructure. Western researchers applied to the Leaders Opportunity Fund for grants and were awarded them based on the results of a review by CFI, which considers the nature of the research and the intended expenditure of the awarded grant. We make our decisions based on a rigorous merit review pro-

cess, Saxby Hill explained. Its a really equitable distribution mechanism. Universities receive [grants] based on the research intensity at the institution. Although all research-intensive institutions that apply for the Leaders Opportunity Fund grants are considered, it is only those that meet a required degree of quality and ingenuity that are actually given money. There is a very high standard of excellence that is brought to bear on grants ordered by the CFI, Saxby Hill concluded. One of the researchers who displayed the required level of excellence was psychology and music professor Jessica Grahn, who was given the grant for equipment used to research the psychological effects of music on individuals with disorders such as Parkinsons and Huntingtons disease. Its a federal infrastructure grant, which basically means it funds my equipment that is needed to do my research, Grahn

>> other projects funded


$335,606 - Xueliang sun for research in the application of advanced nanomaterials in energy storage for electric vehicles $194,936 - wenxing zhou for research in high-capacity dynamic testing system for energy pipelines $265,241 - Jeffrey Carson and Keith st. lawrence for research in improved detection and manexplained. One of the big pieces of equipment this grant will fund is a sensor-filled walkway, which will be able to measure all sorts of parameters of patients movements to see how music affects their ability to walk. Grahn and other researchers at Western had to prove their research was significant and revolutionary enough to meet the requirements to obtain a CFI grant. We applied to the foundation, and in order to do the reagement of brain injury $151,525 - Cheryl forchuk for research to study community integration of people with mental illness $230,056 - laksham Gunaratnam and alp sener for research in ischemia reperfusion injury and inflammation in transplantation

search I needed some equipment that Western didnt already have, Grahn explained. We made the case for why the research was cutting-edge and how this equipment would bring our research to the next level. With these grants, researchers at Western will have the equipment needed to continue furthering advances in their respective fields, and distinguishing the university as a cutting-edge research institution.

>> timeline June 1, 2010Caterpillar inc. buys electro-motive diesel January 1, 2012electromotive diesel workers, represented by Canadian auto workers local 27, are locked out January 21, 2012rally held in Victoria Park January 25, 2012Caw local 88 blocks a train heading for the locked out plant

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You probably noticed those coupon-style ads that popped up during the provincial electionthe ones that promised you 30 per cent off tuition with the purchase of one Liberal government. Now that the Liberals are in power, that 30 per cent off postsecondary tuition has, at least for some, become a reality. The tuition discount does come with some restrictionsfor example, a student whose family earns over $160,000 per year is disqualified, and so is a student who has been out of high school for more than four years. And to help soften the financial blow, other province-wide grants and scholarships have been cancelled, such as the Textbook and Technology Grant and the Queen Elizabeth Aiming for the Top Scholarship. The benefit is that every eligible student in Ontario is going to receive $800 per semester they spend in university. However, the fairness of the restrictions is debatable. Many families dont fund their childrens education, so to disqualify students based on their parents income may deny students who both need and deserve that tuition discount. Students who went into the workforce after high school and have been there for at least four years also wont qualify for a tuition discount. With all these additional restrictions added after the Liberal Party was successfully elected, its arguable whether or not this grant was introduced more for the benefit of the Liberal Party, rather than the students of Ontario. There are also arguments against the overall goal of giving every student a tuition discount. An undergraduate degree at one time was an elite institution and probably a ticket to a job. Is encouraging every student to apply to university on a whim just going to continue to diminish the value of our degree? Today a degree is more so seen as an extension of high school, and a necessity in terms of applying for a job. The problem is already here, and this is going to come as more of a partial solution to the problem, rather than a cause of the problem. When it comes down to it, if education wasnt important, we wouldnt enforce a mandatory 12 years of elementary and high school. The idea of aiding everyone in pursuing a post-secondary education, if given out fairly and correctly, is difficult to see as anything negative. The Gazette Editorial Board

The response to our new 30 per cent off tuition grant has been overwhelming and will make a huge difference to over 300,000 ontario students and their families.

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drop current policy and add more days


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alex Carmona news ediTor If it hasnt happened to you, its happened to someone you know. You begin the semester bursting with excitement. You awoke early on your course signup day and managed to get into all your first choices. But just as the first week of classes comes to a close, you realize one of your courses really isnt going to work out. You make an appointment with your academic counsellor to switch into a different course, but are firmly told youve missed the boat. Sometimes it seems the add/drop period here at Western is specifically designed to create problems for students. This year it lasted from January 9 to January 17a grand total of eight days. Thats eight measly days to decide whether or not a course, in which you will be spending at least four months of your life in, is the right fit. Eight days right at the beginning of the semester simply isnt enough time to make an informed decision about a course. The current system typically provides students with, at most, two real lectures with which to make their decision, because lets face it, everyone knows the first lecture in a course is usually reserved for an overview of the course and syllabus. Many professors dont really get into the meat of the course until a few lectures in. The university should give students more time to really get a handle on their courses and professors before ending their opportunity to switch out of a course. It doesnt even need to be much longera few more days would easily suffice. The short add/drop periods only saving grace is that it potentially prevents students from switching into a class late enough that they are unable to catch up on the work. I admit, its probably in a students best interest not to be allowed to switch into a course weeks into the semester. The assignments, readings and missed classes pile up faster than many people realize. But really, a few extra days to catch up likely wouldnt be that much of a problem, and if the administration really cared about missed lectures, they would make attendance mandatory. Realistically, students who miss the add/drop period dont just give up, either. They will either beg and plead for special permission to pick up a class, or just drop the class and overload in their next semester. This, funnily enough, will probably give the frustrated student an even harder time than having to catch up on a class in the beginning few weeks of a semester. I will give it to the administration that they do an adequate job of informing the students ahead of time as to when the add/drop period ends. Other than sending a mass email a few days in advance, which they do, there isnt really much else the university can do to advertise session dates that have been up on the academic calendar since the summer. Students who simply forget about the add/drop period arent the ones who deserve consideration in this. Its the students who simply need more time to get a feel for whether or not they will be successful in their courses. And really, we students deserve every chance possible to succeedafter all, we pay enough for the privilege.

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Jesica Hurst arTs & life ediTor Being an independent, unsigned band can be a full-time job. Not only are you playing several shows in a month and trying to write and record new music as much as possible, you have to deal with multiple social media accounts, book shows in various cities and constantly attempt to find new ways to get your music heard. But for Andrew Silvestro of the upcoming blues-rock band Hisland, doing these things are part of the process of making this hobby a career. Silvestro sat down to talk about the formation of Hisland, upcoming projects and their unexpected quick success. Can you explain how the four of you came together and started playing music? Our drummer Jacob and I grew up playing hockey together as kids. One day, I decided to learn guitar and he decided to learn drums and we kind of went on from there, picking up the other two members [Mat and Pavel] along the way. Is it difficult to arrange shows since you live in London and the rest of Hisland lives in Kitchener? We usually deal with it as it goes. Whenever I get back in town, we always try to find some time to jam, or I just go back because we have a show coming up. We usually play around three or four shows

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Hisland leaves Horseshoe Island for the Spoke


Were always aiming to do better, because theres always room for improvement, right? Were not perfect and we never will be, so as a band we always strive for the next song to be betterwe just have that mentality. So I think it puts a decent amount of pressure on us to keep the train moving. What is Hisland working on right now? You can probably expect a new EP around the summer, just because we want to get back in the studio and we have a ton of other tracks that we havent had time to get down yet. We also have Canadian music week coming up, which is huge since everybody who is anybody in the Canadian music industry will be there. We just want to keep writing and playing shows as much as we can. Are you excited to play in front of your peers at Western? And what can people expect from the show on Friday? Im really excited just because its at my school and a lot of people I know are going to be out there, which is nerve-wracking but its also going to be a really good time. I think people can just expect that its going to be a great time. Come with an open mind! Theres going to be a lot of drinking and dancing, which is exactly what we set out to do. Catch Hisland performing tomorrow night at the Spoke at 8 p.m.

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in a month right now, so it can get pretty busy. You guys compare your sound to The Strokes or Kings of Leons older music. Where does this sound come from? Our sound definitely comes from that type of musicthe early 2000 or 2001 garage rock revival type stuff. Myself and the other guitar player really dig that sound a lot.

You received quite a few nominations for your debut EP Muckshack, which you wrote and recorded up north on Horseshoe Island. How does it feel to be recognized at this level so early on in the game? Its really hard to describe, to be honest. [The nominations] were all really unexpected. All of a sudden someone would be like, Hey, you were nominated for this, and we wouldnt have even known people

were out there listening to our stuff yet. It almost seems sort of surreal. Like earlier this year I got nominated for Best Male Vocalist at the 2011 Los Angeles Music Awards and I was just like, what? I think its cool that people are out there that actually appreciate what were trying to do. Do you think it adds a little pressure for you guys to keep improving in the future?

r&t returns to david mamets office


Laura trabucco GazeTTe sTaff David Mamets Oleanna, directed by Sarah Farrant, adds dimension and drama to Londons local theatre scene. Illustrating the highly sexualized struggle for power and control between a professor and a young student, the play is powered by language. With its fair share of shouting, muttering and interrupted sentences, the two-person cast wades through lofty topics such as entitlement to higher education, philosophical ideals and gendered power dynamics. The subject matter clearly resonated with an audience that was composed primarily of students. The intimacy of the small stage made for palpable discomfort among the audience during tense moments. The set is minimala desk with two chairs arranged on a Persian rug and a large painted chalkboard sprawling across the back wall. Andrew Pel, cast in the role of the professor, is also a founding member of Richmond and Tower, the plays production company. Founded in 2010, Richmond and Tower was started by four Western graduates hoping to augment the local theatre scene in London. Pel portrays the young, up-and-coming professor with competence, managing to convey a convincing degree of pompous terseness. Dressed in a brown corduroy blazer and a red sweater vest, Pel is domineering and arrogant but still manages to deliver the professors lengthy monologues with a degree of naturalness. Carol, the idealistic and determined young student, is played by Michela Collins. Less static than Pel, she is volatile and rife with emotion that ranges from self-conscious whispers to hysterical shrieks. Her keenly felt sentiment is discomforting at moments, especially in such close quarters. It is difficult to sympathize with Carol as the play progressesher fundamentalist devotion to philosophical rhetoric and educational ideals is alarming at times and alienating for the audience. Moving from a nervous student consumed by self-doubt
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Dear Sister Dear Sister Independent If Adele ever decided to leave behind her piano and pick up a guitar, the resulting sound would be that of Dear Sister. This three person band from Toronto re-releases their self-titled debut album, which features heavily the talent of lead vocalist Raven Shields. This decision was not made poorly, as Shields raspy and honest voice is reminiscent of Adele, a connection made after listening to the first track Hey Oh. Many of the songs on the album have a melancholic feel which is complemented by the bands contemporary folk sound, namely Sailors Daughter and Con Man. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Dear Sisters album is their choice of the final track. The last song on the album is Hallelujah, however, instead of a studio adaptation, the band included a version which was recorded live. This speaks volumes to the bands natural talent. Overall, Dear Sister produces an album with a consistentalthough slightly repetitivesound that will make some shed a tear and others desperate for a live performance. Kevin Hurren

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to a domineering and manipulative virago is a transition that takes considerable skill. Though Collins seems undoubtedly more comfortable when ranting and pacing, she tackles the entirety of her complex role without fear. In the disturbing final act, the audience is uniformly outraged. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown, The Arts Projects compact stage makes for

an intimate show that still manages to feel sophisticated. Though verbose at times, Collins and Pel manage to immerse the audience in their world of gendered power dynamics and self-righteous idealism while still holding their interest. Oleanna succeeds as an artistic and interesting contribution to Londons arts scene. See Oleanna at The Arts Project, located at 203 Dundas St. Tickets are $20 at Infosource or at the door. The show runs until Sunday. Showtime is 8 p.m.

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Sports
John Petrella ConTriBuTor The Mustangs mens basketball team entered Saturdays game against the Laurier Golden Hawks hoping to snap a two-game losing streak as regular season play continued. Despite a strong start to the game, the Mustangs fell to the Golden Hawks 89-73. The Mustangs took advantage of some ice cold shooting and early turnovers by the first-place Golden Hawks to control the opening minutes of the game, as Ryan Barbeau was lighting it up inside the paint and beyond the 3-point arc. This fast start by the Stangs led to frustration echoing in Alumni Hall from Laurier head coach Peter Campbell. Ryan controlled the game in the first quarter. We had to change our defence to key on Ryan after the way they started the game, he explained. The solid start by the Mustangs led to a much happier mood from Mustangs head coach Brad Campbell, and is something to build upon in upcoming games. I thought we started well. Our intensity early was really good, but we couldnt maintain the intensity and it started to slip as the game progressed, Brad Campbell said. Mustangs guard Nathan DiLoreto was similarly happy with the quick start. We came out strong in the first, but were not able to keep that same energy and focus. Playing a team like Laurier, they know how to capitalize from the opposing teams errors, DiLoreto said. A major positive that we can take from the game is that we can compete with one of the best teams in Canada. We have to continue working on our rebounding as a team, and most importantly, continue to get better at the defensive end of the court, he continued. The 20-13 lead for the Mustangs

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rundown >> The mustangs mens and womens curling teams travelled to Brock university to compete in the Brock Bonspeil > The womens team managed to finish in fourth place while the mens team was held out of the win column for the weekend.

Early lead not enough to give mustangs the win


lauriers victory gives mustangs fifth loss in six games
we need to reinforce what we did well tonight and we need to work hard on our deficiencies. we have a young team, and we have got to see some of our hard work transition into games.
mustangs head coach, said of his teams frustrating inconsistency.

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at the end of the first quarter was quickly reduced to rubble, as Laurier started the second quarter very up-tempo. This change of pace by the Golden Hawks created lots of open looks for the Laurier wingmen, and they began to catch fire, hitting everything in sight. The uptempo pace also caused the number of Mustangs turnovers to increase substantially. The turnovers, in combination with some cold Mustangs shooting, caused them to go into the half trailing. As the second half began, Lauriers defence began turning up the intensity while the Mustangs defence started to break down, as the Golden Hawks were getting open looks from the field. Laurier was ruthlessly efficient on the offensive endknocking down jumpers at willand they began to pull away from the Mustangs. Despite Barbeau refusing to give up by continually driving through the lane, the experience and efficiency of the Golden Hawks was simply too much for the young Mustangs squad to overcome. The game began to peter out

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flyin ryan. Mustangs point guard Ryan Barbeau soars to the basket for a layup as a couple of Golden Hawk defenders watch helplessly. The layup was not enough, as the Mustangs dropped the contest 89-73.

as the outcome looked inevitable, and Laurier began to put the final touches of salt into the Mustangs wounds by penetrating the lane at will. The outcome resulted in vastly contrasting moods of the squads after the game. We ran a bit more in the second half, and that helped us get going offensively. Every game is a real battle, and we are trying to match Lakehead and Windsor to stay in first place, Peter Campbell said. Frustration was etched into the

face of Brad Campbell by the end of the game. We need to reinforce what we did well tonight and we need to work hard on our deficiencies. We have a young team, and we have got to see some of our hard work transition into games, he said. While frustration was the prevailing sentiment from Westerns point of view, there were positives to take from the game. A major positive that we can take from the game is that we

can compete with one of the best teams in Canada. We have to continue working on our rebounding as a team and, most importantly, continue to get better at the defensive end of the court. Its crucial for a young team like us to get some wins, which will build confidence and help us improve as a unit for seasons to come, DiLoreto stated. The loss is the third straight for the Mustangs, leaving the teams record at 4-10 on the season.

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