Volume 95, Issue 52
Tuesday, December 4, 2001
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UWO, staff reach tentative deal
Potential strike may be averted

A scheduled strike vote by the UWO Staff Association was cancelled this weekend after Western administration and staff reached a tentative agreement during last ditch negotiations.

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Female student assaulted

University police are urging female students to take extra precautions following an assault near campus early Monday.

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Huron receives the "Wright" donation

Huron University College announced Friday it will be receiving the largest endowment in the college's history – a gift of $1.5 million.

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Teach-in: Plenty of talk, little discussion

A teach-in held last Friday in the Social Science Centre brought an old approach to new political issues, but left some students wishing there had been more room for discussion.

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MAYBE IT WAS NATHAN'S DEPTH PERCEPTION PROBLEM, BUT HIS PROF DIDN'T UNDERSTAND WHY HIS SELF-PORTRAITS ALWAYS LOOKED LIKE TOM CRUISE.  Third-year visual arts student Nathan Cole concentrates on his art assignment at the John Labatt Visual Arts Centre on Monday.


The Grand Miracles

During the holiday season, miracles seem to hang in the air.

The Grand Theatre's presentation of Miracle On 34th Street is proof the theatre successfully produced their own little miracle

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Unnecessarily rough end to CIS pigskin season

In the pinnacle game of the university football season, two teams resorted to neanderthal tactics

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