Volume 93, Issue 30

Friday, October 22, 1999


NEWS

Online votes problematic for election

Market returns to downtown core

Weston's address attacks OSAP fraud

London opts to defer Western's cash request

Government money to form an alliance

Food services rolling in the dough again

Briefs

Caught on campus

Bassackwards

Caught on campus




Jolene Bartlett/Gazette

IT'S A LITTLE KNOWN FACT THAT THE TOXIC "BLOB" IN THE THAMES RIVER HAS AN AFFINITY FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS. First-year science student Megan Bailey got an unwelcome visitor yesterday outside the Natural Sciences Centre.



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