Volume 95, Issue 40
Tuesday, November 13, 2001
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Confidentiality called into question
Lawyer refutes SSSC claims

A top London lawyer says the Social Science Students' Council had little reason to hold their meetings in confidential session, despite claims by SSSC officials that such steps were taken for legal considerations.

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FINALLY, MACLEAN'S GOES TOO FAR - A NAKED JOE CLARK CENTREFOLD ISSUE. Second-year history student Jeff Saughnessy took a peak a the university issue of Macleans' magazine at the Pit Stop Monday. Jeff is currently recovering in hospital from severe eye trauma.

Sixth? Maclean's screws us again

Western, never the bride, not even the bridesmaid. Heck, we're barely in the wedding party this year.

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Peaceniks get rowdy

A group of Londoners held a candle-light vigil at the city's Peace Gardens Friday night.

Approximately 100 people came out to sing and listen to various speakers from the London area denounce the actions of the United States government.

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Western remembers violent century of warfare

The eerily familiar echo of a bugle broke a deafening silence that consumed the University Community Centre atrium for one minute Friday morning.

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Shallow Hal isn't so deep, but Gwyneth plays fat well

For those expecting a typical Farrelly brothers movie from Shallow Hal – hang on to your money.

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Rim plays devilish tricks on Mustang ballers

It wasn't pretty, but it was a win.

The Western Mustangs men's basketball team was shooting blanks in their regular season game against the Royal Military College Paladins Saturday night at Alumni Hall and the second ranked team in the nation narrowly escaped, 66-55.

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