Despite the threat of gloomy weather, close to 500 people showed up to participate in Concordia's 14th annual Shuffle, a fundraising walk which generated $53,149 for student scholarships, last Friday. Murray Sang, co-chair of the Shuffle and director of continuing education, said with the funds raised each year, they are "able to generate 22 undergraduate and two graduate scholarships.
Another month, another study on the risks associated with using cell phones. It seems the prospect of brain damage from using the ubiquitous communication device is a myth that won't die off.
This time, independent neurosurgeon Dr. Vini Khurana announced that portable devices could claim more lives than asbestos and smoking.